Thursley Common, looking towards Pudmore Pond
Thursley Common is a heathland Site of Special Scientific Interest in Surrey, England. 
It is one of the last remaining heathlands in Surrey. It is most famed for its diverse wildlife. Whilst crossbill, woodlark and stonechat are regularly seen, birds such as Dartford Warbler, whinchat, wheatear, tree pipit and redstart are frequently encountered.
Rarer birds include osprey, Red Kite, Black Redstart, and Great Grey Shrike have been seen.
In 2006, 60% of the common was destroyed by fire. 
- ^ Micscape Magazine, April 1998
- ^ Heathland: A Burning Issue, The Independent 13 July 2010
Coordinates: 51°09′42″N 0°42′30″W / 51.1616°N 0.7082°W