The reserve is one of the richest lowland peat vegetation areas in the north of England.
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The reserve is a relict of bog that has been extensively dug for peat and subsequently colonised by birch.
Scrub and grassland habitats on a stretch of disused railway line.
Linwood Warren is a heathland with rich and varied flora and fauna.
Nature reserve and country park consisting of steep-sided valleys fretted by streams.
Meadow, woodland and pasture in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Old flooded borrow-pits, reed beds, scrub, grassland and meadows.
Largely dune grassland with scrub. It is of considerable botanical interest.
Former arable land being restored to reedbeds, shallow meres, seasonally flooded pastures and hay meadows.
Flooded clay pits with extensive reed beds.