The reserve is one of the richest lowland peat vegetation areas in the north of England.
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South Witham Verges
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.
Flooded clay pits with extensive reed beds.
Extensive reed bed.