A relict of a raised bog, this reserve is of considerable historic and scientific interest.
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South Witham Verges
Clay pit which is attractive to wading birds and surface-feeding wildfowl.
A chain of flooded clay pits and extensive reedbeds along the Humber Bank.
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.
A woodland and relict decoy pond and pipes, which fell out of use in 1878.
The reserve consists of hillside grassland and streamside habitats in the valley of a tributary of the River Lymn.
Sandy, muddy seashores, sand-dunes, salt marshes and fresh water habitats on the Lincolnshire coast.
Excellent example of an oak/lime wood with a rich flora.