An ash-dominated semi-natural woodland in the arable south-west Lincolnshire landscape.
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Dole Wood is a fragment of the formerly extensive primary woodland cover of South Kesteven.
A woodland and relict decoy pond and pipes, which fell out of use in 1878.
Excellent example of an oak/lime wood with a rich flora.
An example of the once extensive oak/ash woods of the calcareous Boulder Clay soils of Lincolnshire.
Legbourne Wood is one of the largest ancient woods in eastern Lincolnshire and one of the Trusts largest wooded reserves.
Moor Farm is a mosaic of heath, dry and wet pastures, bog and woodland.
An ancient semi-natural woodland on the eastern edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Rigsby Wood is an ancient woodland at the edge of the Wolds.
The reserve consists of woodland of oak, birch, rowan and Scots Pine.