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Moorhouse and Cross Fell

Moorouse and the cross fell is a site of special scientific interest covering an extensive area of wetlands in the valley district of West County Durham and the Eden district of Cumbria, England. It is combined with the upper teesdale SSSI to the ...

                                               

Railway Stell West

Railway Stell West is a site of special scientific interest in the Sedgefield district of County Durham, England. The site consists of the lengths of the ditch running along the East coast main railway line, 3 km to the East of Newton Aycliffe. T ...

                                               

Redcar Field

Redcar field is a site of special scientific interest in the Darlington County Durham, England. It is located to the North of Darlington, about 1 km South of the village of cotham Mandeville. The website, which is one of the few spring places on ...

                                               

Shipley and Great Woods

Shipley and great woods is a site of special scientific interest in the teesdale district of South-West County Durham, England. It occupies a steep ravine in the valley of the river tees, to the North from the village of Cotherstone. Forest growi ...

                                               

Sleightholme Beck Gorge – The Troughs

Sleightholme Beck gorge – the troughs is a site of special scientific interest in the teesdale district of South-West County Durham, England. The site spans a gorge in the valley of Sleightholme Beck Sleightholme between the village and the confl ...

                                               

Teesdale Allotments

Tisdale allotments is a site of special scientific interest in the teesdale district of County Durham, England. It consists of two large mountainous areas to the North from the valley of tees, one to the North and East of the village of Newbiggin ...

                                               

Thrislington Plantation

Thrislington plantation is a site of special scientific interest and a National nature reserve in the Sedgefield district of County Durham, England. It is located about 1 km East of ferryhill, County between East of the main coastal railway line ...

                                               

Trimdon Limestone Quarry

Trimdon limestone quarry is a site of special scientific interest in the Sedgefield district of County Durham, England. It is located about 1 km West of the village of Trimdon Grange and about 5 km East of the village of Coxhoe. The site is an ab ...

                                               

Waldridge Fell

Waldridge is a site of special scientific interest located immediately South-West of Chester-Le-street in the Northern part of County Durham, England. This is one of the largest areas of lowland Heath in County Durham and contains only the valley ...

                                               

West Rigg Open Cutting

West Rigg cutting is a site of special scientific interest in the valley district of West County Durham, England. Its an abandoned iron ore quarry, located approximately 1 km North of the village of Westgate, in Weardale. In the West rig, Slitt v ...

                                               

Witton-le-Wear (SSSI)

Witton-Le-wear site of special scientific interest, located in the valley of the river wear, immediately East of the village of Witton-Le-wear in County Durham, England. It is important as soon as many biologically significant open water in West ...

                                               

Foulshaw Moss

Foulshaw moss in a swamp in the County of Cumbria, England. In 1998 she was purchased by Cumbria wildlife Trust, which worked to reverse the damage caused by swamp drainage and afforestation. It is protected as a site of special scientific intere ...

                                               

Langdale Pikes

Great Langdale is a valley in the lake district National Park in North-West England, the epithet great distinguishing it from the neighbouring valley of little Langdale. Langdale is also the name of a valley in Jupille fells, elsewhere in Cumbria ...

                                               

Honister Crag SSSI

Honister cliffs SSSI is a site of special scientific interest in Cumbria, England. It is designed for biological and geological interest. The site covers an area of 302.9 hectares on Honister rock from which it takes its name, and Fleetwith pike, ...

                                               

Humphrey Head

Humphrey head is a limestone, is located to the South of the village of Allithwaite in Cumbria, England. It is whale-back-shaped and accessible for pedestrians, giving views across Morecambe Bay to Lancaster, Morecambe, Heysham and the Leven estu ...

                                               

Langdale Pikes

                                               

Leck Beck Head Catchment Area

                                               

Salta Moss

Salta moss lifted the blanket in a world that is a site of special scientific interest, located in the village of Salta, in Cumbria, UK. It has been defined as a biological interest in accordance with the wildlife Act and countryside 1981. The pl ...

                                               

Thurstonfield Lough

                                               

River Mease

The river Meese is a lowland clay river in the Midlands area of England. It flows through the counties of Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire and forms the administrative border between these countries in terms of its length. River and t ...

                                               

The Moss

Moss by a brook in North East Derbyshire, England. When Country Park Rother valley was built in 1980-ies, the designers used water from the moss To fill the lakes.

                                               

River Axe (Lyme Bay)

The river axe is a river in Dorset, Somerset and Devon, in the South-West of England. It rises near Beaminster in Dorset, flows West then South by Axminster and joins the English channel at Axmouth near Seaton in Lyme Bay. During his 22-mile cour ...

                                               

Northam Burrows

                                               

Saltern Cove

Saltern Cove is a site of special scientific interest. It is located on the coast of TOR Bay, South of Paignton, Devon, England. This is one of the bays that make up the local area known as the "three beaches".

                                               

Sharkham Point

Sharkham point is a Cape located close to the Devon fishing town of Brixham. It overlooks the Gulf of St Marys is a short walk from berry Country Park. This site was originally the coast guard to go along which the coast guard regularly patrolled ...

                                               

Cerne Abbas

Kern-Abbas is a village and civil parish in the County of Dorset in southern England. It is located in the administrative area of Dorset in the valley of the dark downs in Dorset. The village lies to the East of the A352 road 10 km to the North o ...

                                               

Christchurch Harbour

Christchurch harbour is a natural harbour in Dorset, on the South coast of England named after the nearby city of Christchurch. Two rivers the Avon and the Stour, falls into the harbour on the North-Western corner. The harbour is generally shallo ...

                                               

Lamberts Castle

Lamberts castle iron age hill Fort in Dorset in the South West of England. Since 1981, it was designated as a site of special scientific interest on the basis of its Geology, archaeology and ecology. The ancient settlement is situated on a Northe ...

                                               

St Catherines Hill, Dorset

St Catherine hill-a 53-metre hill in the town of Christchurch, which together with the Ramsdown and Blackwater hills, forms a ridge between the Avon and the Stour valley. It is a site of special scientific interest in certain areas, additionally ...

                                               

Bingletts Wood

Bingletts wood is 16 hectare biological site of special scientific interest East of Heathfield in East Sussex. Part of this ancient wood is a steep-sided valley, which has a warm and humid climate, and it is rich in mosses and liverworts. In a fo ...

                                               

Bream Wood

Bream wood is a 7.8 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North of Crowborough in East Sussex. This steep-sided valley wood has several locally rare ferns and mosses. There are a few small ponds and acidic Mineral Water an ...

                                               

Burgh Hill Farm Meadow

Burgh Hill farm meadow is a 0.9 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in the West of Hailsham in East Sussex. This meadow is managed to encourage wildlife and 67 species of flowering plants have been registered, such as yellow ra ...

                                               

Castle Hill, Brighton

Castle-114.6-ha biological site of special scientific interest on the Eastern outskirts of Brighton in East Sussex. This is a special area of conservation and a review of the site for nature conservation. The Northern part is a national nature re ...

                                               

Clayton to Offham Escarpment

Clayton to Offham escarpment is a 422.5-linear ha biological site of special scientific interest which runs from Clayton West Sussex in Lewes in East Sussex. An area of 24 hectares Ditchling beacon nature reserve, which is managed by Sussex wildl ...

                                               

Combe Haven

Combe is a 153-hectare biological site of special scientific interest between Hastings and Bexhill-on-sea in East Sussex. With an area of 18.5 acres Filsham reed thickets of the local nature reserve, which is managed by Sussex wildlife Trust This ...

                                               

Dallington Forest

Dallington forest-16.1-ha biological site of special scientific interest East Heathfield in East Sussex. In the SSSI-a large part of Dallington forest. In Willingford stream running through a forest, creating a steep-sided valley with a warm and ...

                                               

Darwell Wood

A large part of the wood consists of groves of hornbeam betulus with Quercus robur standards. Under the thick canopy of trees, mosses mainly grow with a few patches of bluebells Hyacinthoides nonscripta,also Rubus fruticosus BlackBerry, wood sorr ...

                                               

Ditchling Common

General Chesterfield is 66.5 ha biological site of special scientific interest South-West of Wivelsfield in East Sussex. This country Park. which is owned and operated by the Council of East Sussex. In General there are several different types of ...

                                               

Eridge Park

Eridge Park is a village and historical Park located to the North of the parish of Rotherfield, to the North-East of Crowborough in East Sussex, England. The neighboring house of the same name is the seat of the Marquis of Abergavenny. This area ...

                                               

Firle Escarpment

Farley ledge is 302.1-ha biological site of special scientific interest to the North of Seaford in East Sussex. A long strip of chalk grassland on the Northern slopes of the South downs. Flora includes very rare early spider Orchid and other unus ...

                                               

Folkington Reservoir

Folkington reservoir is 5.8 ha biological site of special scientific interest South-West of Polegate in East Sussex. Banks to support formation is rich in chalk grassland flora including kidney vetch, horseshoe vetch, pyramidal Orchid, fragrant O ...

                                               

Fore Wood

The foreground tree-20.9 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West of Hastings in East Sussex. It is part of the Royal Society for the protection of birds nature reserve of the same name. The forest in this valley i ...

                                               

Heathfield Park SSSI

The Heathfield Park SSSI is 41 hectare biological site of special scientific interest East Heathfield in East Sussex. It is part of the Heathfield Park, a grade II* listed building and the Park. It is a steep valley carved by the stream. In the p ...

                                               

Hemingfold Meadow

Hemingfold meadow is a 4.9 hectare biological site of special scientific interest West of battle in East Sussex. This site consists of two adjacent meadows, which were under grazing and mowing regime which supports the flora. More than sixty spec ...

                                               

Herstmonceux Park

Herstmonceux Park is a 4.3 hectare biological site of special scientific interest South of Herstmonceux in East Sussex. This narrow valley of the stream has seven examples of wetlands on Tunbridge wells Sandstone and different fen vegetation. On ...

                                               

High Woods

High forest is 33.7 ha biological site of special scientific interest on the Northern outskirts of Bexhill-on-sea in East Sussex. It belongs to Rother district Council and managed by Highwoods conservation Society. This site has several different ...

                                               

Kingston Escarpment and Iford Hill

Kingston escarpment and Iford Hill is 63.4 ha biological site of special scientific interest East of Brighton in East Sussex. These two areas of steep chalk grassland rich in invertebrate fauna, including Adonis blue and small blue butterflies an ...

                                               

Leasam Heronry Wood

Leasam Heronry wood-2.1-hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West from rye in East Sussex. This wood is not long, but it contains a nationally important heronry. Birds began to use the site in 1935 and has bred ther ...

                                               

Lewes Brooks

Lewis Brooks 339.1-ha biological site of special scientific interest South of Lewes in East Sussex. The Falmer-Glynde and OUSE valleys meet in Lewis Brooks and the upper and lower rises the remains of the chalk uplands eroded by the OUSE. This si ...

                                               

Maplehurst Wood

Objects: wood is the 31.6-hectare biological site of special scientific interest on the Northern outskirts of Hastings in East Sussex. This tree probably existed since the middle Ages, and much of it is still semi-wild. It has various types of fo ...

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