Baston fen is a long tract of permanent pasture, which is flooded in winter and attracts large numbers of wildfowl.
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A chain of flooded clay pits and extensive reedbeds along the Humber Bank.
Frampton Marsh is part of the most mature saltmarsh in the Wash and is exceptionally rich in plants, birds and invertebrates.
Clay pit with large open water area as well as extensive reedbeds.
Grassland which floods when river levels are high, wet marsh pools, borrow pits and a roadside dyke.
Flooded clay pit which supports a variety of birds.
The area was formerly a sand pit and the main interest is ornithological.
Old grassland which is subject to winter flooding and a small wet woodland.
Former arable land being restored to reedbeds, shallow meres, seasonally flooded pastures and hay meadows.