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.
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Fir Hill Quarry is a small chalk pit.
Wet fenland landscape with open water and reedbeds.
Frampton Marsh is part of the most mature saltmarsh in the Wash and is exceptionally rich in plants, birds and invertebrates.
The reserve consists of hillside grassland and streamside habitats in the valley of a tributary of the River Lymn.
This site is renowned for its limestone flowers and abundant butterflies.
Greetwell Hollow is an interesting wildlife haven and geological site.
Two small damp meadows adjoining Hatton Wood (SSSI).
These meadows have a wealth of grassland flowers including cowslip, green-winged orchid and adder's tongue.
This is probably the finest surviving example of the alder carrs in the southern Wolds.