A steep sided valley covered with limestone grassland, scrub and woodland. It is one of the finest sites for limestone flowers in the country.
Known as Anderby Marsh, it will be transformed over time into a wildlife haven of traditional coastal grazing marsh and reedbed.
A hay meadow and ponds, bounded by woodland and mature hedgerow.
The grounds of Banovallum House include a wildlife garden, a walled garden and about 200m of river bank.
The reserve consists of reedmarsh and woodland with two blow wells, which are natural artesian springs.
One of the most important of the series of disused flooded clay pits on the Humber Bank.
Baston fen is a long tract of permanent pasture, which is flooded in winter and attracts large numbers of wildfowl.
An ash-dominated semi-natural woodland in the arable south-west Lincolnshire landscape.
The reserve comprises part of an area of old clay pits with grassland, reed beds, ponds and orchard.
An attractive lake with beds of reed and sedge, and emergent vegetation.