The reserve comprises part of an area of old clay pits with grassland, reed beds, ponds and orchard.
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A flooded pit with marginal reed beds and aquatic plants, such as water-crowfoot and great reed mace.
A number of flooded gravel pits noted for their abundance of wildfowl and waterbird communities.
This reserve is an excellent birdwatching site. In spring and summer the shallow water, with its numerous spits and islands, suits many breeding birds.
This man-made reserve features woodland, lagoons, creeks and saltmarsh.
A mosaic of open water, reedbeds and intervening rough grassland and scrub.