A chain of flooded clay pits and extensive reedbeds along the Humber Bank.
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Wet fenland landscape with open water and reedbeds.
Frampton Marsh is part of the most mature saltmarsh in the Wash and is exceptionally rich in plants, birds and invertebrates.
Sandy, muddy seashores, sand-dunes, salt marshes and fresh water habitats on the Lincolnshire coast.
The reserve is a relict of bog that has been extensively dug for peat and subsequently colonised by birch.
A complex of four flooded clay pits with associated rough grassland and scrub.
This reserve is an excellent birdwatching site. In spring and summer the shallow water, with its numerous spits and islands, suits many breeding birds.
Langholme Wood is a birch/oak woodland with open heathland areas.
A series of lagoons created by the extraction of sand.
A mosaic of open water, reedbeds and intervening rough grassland and scrub.