Foxglove Covert – New website!

Published: 16th Dec 2010 in Ethical Web Design

Here is our latest website, Foxglove Covert Local Nature Reserve.

Foxglove Covert Local Nature Reserve Website

Situated in North Yorkshire, this beautiful 94 acre reserve is home to more than 2000 species. With a range of habitats from woodland and wetland to heathland and meadows it really is a special place to discover and enjoy wildlife.

Foxglove Covert Local Nature Reserve Website

Foxglove Covert commissioned Make Hay to develop their website, bringing their existing online presence up to date and adding further features. The website has a new design for improved usability and which is now in-line with their strong visual brand.

Foxglove Covert Local Nature Reserve

A content management system is also now in place. Additional features include the interactive habitat map, searchable species lists, educational activity sheets, picture galleries, blog and much more. Visit the website at www.foxglovecovert.org.uk.

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