A steep sided valley covered with limestone grassland, scrub and woodland. It is one of the finest sites for limestone flowers in the country.
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A hay meadow and ponds, bounded by woodland and mature hedgerow.
Baston fen is a long tract of permanent pasture, which is flooded in winter and attracts large numbers of wildfowl.
An ash-dominated semi-natural woodland in the arable south-west Lincolnshire landscape.
Woodland, scrub and open chalk grassland, which is still being colonised.
Clapgate Pits consists of a long, disused quarry with a rich and varied limestone flora - the best in North Lincolnshire.
The reserve is one of the richest lowland peat vegetation areas in the north of England.
A number of flooded gravel pits noted for their abundance of wildfowl and waterbird communities.
Digby Corner is a little grassland and scrubland oasis in an arable farming area.
Dole Wood is a fragment of the formerly extensive primary woodland cover of South Kesteven.