A hay meadow and ponds, bounded by woodland and mature hedgerow.
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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 attractive lake with beds of reed and sedge, and emergent vegetation.
A flooded pit with marginal reed beds and aquatic plants, such as water-crowfoot and great reed mace.
Two disused clay pits with associated reedbeds, wetland habitats, species-rich grassland, scrub and pasture.
A number of flooded gravel pits noted for their abundance of wildfowl and waterbird communities.
Extensive dunes and shore between North Somercotes and Saltfleet.
A relict of a raised bog, this reserve is of considerable historic and scientific interest.
Clay pit which is attractive to wading birds and surface-feeding wildfowl.