Woodland, scrub and open chalk grassland, which is still being colonised.
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The reserve is one of the richest lowland peat vegetation areas in the north of England.
Digby Corner is a little grassland and scrubland oasis in an arable farming area.
The roadside verges at Copper Hill are protected under Lincolnshire's Protected Roadside Verge Scheme. The adjoining Duke's Covert is an old limestone grassland.
Fir Hill Quarry is a small chalk pit.
This site is renowned for its limestone flowers and abundant butterflies.
The reserve consists of two meadows, named Bottleneck and Jackson's paddock, and the adjoining Lawn Wood.
A series of lagoons created by the extraction of sand.
Disused chalk quarry and a spinney with a colourful variety of flowers.
Grassland with rich flora.