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West Thurrock Lagoon and Marshes

West Thurrock lagoon and marshes is 66.1 biological site of special scientific interest in West Thurrock in Essex hectare. The site is important for wintering waders and birds which feed on mudflats. Warbler, the sedge warblers and bearded Tits t ...

                                               

Woodham Walter Common SSSI

Woodham Walter common SSSI is 80 biological site of special scientific interest in Danbury in Essex hectare. The website includes six nature reserves in Danbury ridge nature reserve managed by Essex wildlife trust. It is the General himself Woodh ...

                                               

Astley and Bedford Mosses

Astley and Bedford mosses of the peat area to the South of the Bridgewater canal and to the North of the Liverpool and Manchester railway. They are located about 2 1 ⁄ 2 miles South-East of, in Astley and Bedford, greater Manchester, England. The ...

                                               

Gale Clough And Shooterslee Wood

                                               

Nob End

Nob end is the site of a former waste tip which is now a site of special scientific interest and local nature reserve near little lever and Kearsley, in greater Manchester, England.

                                               

Red Moss, Greater Manchester

Red moss is a wetland mossland in greater Manchester, located South of Horwich and East of blackrod tickets. This is a national site of special scientific interest in the United Kingdom, due to its biodiversity and undisturbed character. Pollen a ...

                                               

Ashford Hill NNR

Ashford hill-a British national nature reserve near the village of Ashford hill in Hampshire. Part of the reserve is a designated site of special scientific interest. The site is one of the nature reserves of England

                                               

Beacon Hill, Warnford, Hampshire

There are two hills in Hampshire called Beacon Hill, the other one is near Burghclere Beacon hill, warnford, so, Hampshire is a chalk hill in the South downs on the border of the parishes of warnford and Exton. Part of the hill is a national natu ...

                                               

Fleet Pond

Pond Park lake and biological site of special scientific interest at fleet in Hampshire. It is also a local nature reserve. Located on the Northern outskirts of the town of fleet in northeastern Hampshire, the 21 hectares 52 hectares, pond fleet ...

                                               

River Itchen, Hampshire

The river Itchen is a river in Hampshire, England. It flows from mid-Hampshire to join with Southampton water below the Itchen bridge in Southampton. The river has a total length of 28 miles, and is noted as one of the worlds Premier chalk stream ...

                                               

Lymington River

The Lymington river is a small river in Hampshire, England, flowing through the new forest into the Solent at Lymington. The river has a total length of 22 km, although the initial part, North of Brockenhurst, is called the highland water. Highla ...

                                               

Noar Hill

The hill is 51°0430"N 0°5600"W map references SU745315 and lies in the parish of Newton valence in East Hampshire of outstanding natural beauty. It forms one of the Western outposts of the chalk hills called the South downs, and rises to a maximu ...

                                               

Selborne Common

Selborne common comprises 241.3 acres of woodland and relict wood-pasture to the West and South of Selborne in the English County of Hampshire. She owns and manages the national Fund.

                                               

Southampton Common

Southampton common is a large open space to the North of the city centre of Southampton, England. It is bordered by the districts of Shirley, Bassett, Highfield and this chic. The area supports a large variety of wildlife, including the largest r ...

                                               

River Test

Test river is a river in Hampshire, England. It has a total length of 40 km, and it flows through downland from the source near Ashe to the estuary in Southampton, where it converges with the river Itchen in Southampton water. In its upper reache ...

                                               

Cropthorne New Inn Section

Cropthorne new INN section is a geological site of 0.12 ha of special scientific interest in Cropthorne in Worcestershire. It is the site of a geological analysis of conservation. The website refers to the Ipswichian interglacial marine isotope s ...

                                               

Dinmore Hill Woods

Judge hill forest is a protected monument of special scientific interest in Herefordshire, England. This is an extensive area of mixed broadleaf forests of the overlying rocks of the old red Sandstone. It forms one of the largest continuous block ...

                                               

Hartlebury Common

Hartlebury tickets total area of lowland meadows and pastures in Northern Worcestershire, England, located near the town of Stourport-on-Severn. Tickets for Hartlebury common and Hillditch underbrush biological and geological site of special scie ...

                                               

Kinver Edge

Kinver edge is a high Heath and woodland escarpment to the West of Kinver, about four miles West of Stourbridge, and four miles North of Kidderminster, and is on the border between Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, England. It is now owned by t ...

                                               

Queens Wood Country Park

Country Park queenswood only designated Country Park in Herefordshire. Tourist attraction the judge of a hill, it consists of two components. The arboretum is a 47 acre tree collection with more than 1.200 rare and exotic trees often. Queenswood ...

                                               

Alpine Meadow, Berkhamsted

Alpine meadow is a biological site of 0.4 ha of special scientific interest in Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire. It is managed by Hertfordshire and middlesex wildlife trust and the planning authority of the city Council Dacorum. A small area is a ste ...

                                               

Amwell Quarry

Amwell quarry or Amwell nature reserve-37 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Amwell in Hertfordshire. Planning authority district Council East Hertfordshire. It is also part of the Ramsar site valley of the river Lee and a ...

                                               

Benington High Wood

Benington high wood-20.7 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Benington in Hertfordshire. Planning authority district Council East Hertfordshire. Part of an ancient forest, described by natural England as "one of the best rem ...

                                               

Blagrove Common

Blagrove common is the 4.0 a site of special scientific interest acres in the green end near Sandon in Hertfordshire. It is managed by Hertfordshire and middlesex wildlife trust and the planning authority district Council North Hertfordshire. The ...

                                               

Bricket Wood Common

Bricket wood common is 70 hectares of open space and biological site of special scientific interest in bricket wood in Hertfordshire. It is operated by St Albans city and district Council together with the countryside management service and the j ...

                                               

Croxley Common Moor

Croxley common moor is a 39.5 hectare biological site of special scientific interest and local nature reserve in Croxley green, Hertfordshire. It is owned by Three rivers district Council and managed by the Board together with the Management serv ...

                                               

Downfield Pit

The larger hole is a geological site of 3.6 ha of special scientific interest near ware in Hertfordshire. This is the review of Geological conservation in the Thames section of the Pleistocene, and the local planning authority district Council Ea ...

                                               

Great Hormead Park

Great Hormead Park is 15 biological site of special scientific interest acres near great Hormead in Hertfordshire. Local planning authority district Council East Hertfordshire. Site cutting of ancient woodland on boulder clay. It has a variety of ...

                                               

Hertford Heath nature reserve

The Hertford Heath nature reserve is a 28 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Hertford Heath in Hertfordshire. It is managed by Herts and middlesex wildlife trust and local planning authority district Council East Hertfordsh ...

                                               

Knebworth Woods

Knebworth woods is 120.8 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Knebworth, immediately South of Stevenage in Hertfordshire. Planning authority district Council North Hertfordshire. The tree is ancient in its origin and ecologic ...

                                               

Moor Hall Meadows

Moor hall Meadows is a 24.4 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in moor Green in Hertfordshire. Local planning authority district Council East Hertfordshire. The site has different types of grassland, with marshy grassland bein ...

                                               

Northaw Great Wood

Norto big tree is 223.6 hectare biological site of special scientific interest near Cuffley in Hertfordshire, England. It covers Norto great country forest Park, which is managed by Welwyn Hatfield town Council, hardwood, justice, Hill and Grimes ...

                                               

Redwell Wood

Matches redwell wood is a biological site of 52.8 ha of special scientific interest near South Mimms in Hertfordshire. The local planning authority Welwyn Hatfield district Council. On the website there is an ancient and secondary forests, heathe ...

                                               

Roughdown Common

Roughdown common is 3.6 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire. Planning authority the city Council Dacorum. A plot of communal land and it is owned by the box moor trust, officially brought the ...

                                               

Sarratt Bottom nature reserve

The bottom of sarratt in Sarratt in Hertfordshire contains 3.2 biological site of special scientific interest hectare. The website of the clearing to the banks of the river chess. This is an example of wet grasslands, which are traditionally mana ...

                                               

Tewinbury

Tewinbury is a 7.5 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Hertfordshire at tewin. The local planning authority the district Council of East Hertfordshire, and the site is managed by Herts and middlesex wildlife Trust The site i ...

                                               

Thorley Wash nature reserve

The thorley wash or Thorley flood pound is a 17.3 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Thorley, South of Bishops Stortford in Hertfordshire. Earlier there was a flood pound Stort navigation, which was decommissioned in 2004 a ...

                                               

Tring Park

Tring Park is a public open space in Tring, owned by the city Council Dacorum and managed by the woodland trust. It is part of Chilterns area of outstanding natural beauty. Half of the 264 acres of rolling pastures, grazing cattle. Part of the Pa ...

                                               

Tring Woodlands

Tring Shakespeare is 23.8 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Tring, Hertfordshire. It is part of Chilterns area of outstanding natural beauty local planning authority district Council Dacorum. Wood has a rich flora, showing ...

                                               

Whippendell Wood

Whippendell wood is an ancient woodland on the edge of Watford, England, with an area of 165.3 acres. It is owned and operated by Leicester city Council. It is a site of special scientific interest, and has held this status since 1954. Its curren ...

                                               

Belshaw

The belshaw is a site of special scientific interest in Lincolnshire, England. It is located to the West of the village of Belton in Axholme island. The website, which has been designated SSSI in 1988, is a short length of land along the disused ...

                                               

Alex Farm Pastures

Alex farm pastures is a 4.5 hectare biological site of special scientific interest South of Shadoxhurst in Kent. This website has a neutral unimproved grassland which is a nationally rare habitat. Some of them were lost in the scrub, but in other ...

                                               

Milton Creek Country Park

Country Park Milton Creek is set in 128 acres between Milton Regis and nearby, on the West Bank of Milton Creek in Sittingbourne, Kent, England. It was once called the country, the Church, the Park swamps.

                                               

Preston Hill Country Park

Country Park Preston hill is Farnborough, in the County of Kent, England. It is a forest and a former military training ground. On the website of the Park and the forest, stood the house of Preston hill. After it was damaged in 1944 after the 100 ...

                                               

Bourne Alder Carr

Bourne Alder Carr is a 13.4 hectare biological site of special scientific interest East of Sevenoaks in Kent. The river Bourne runs through a shallow valley, and frequent washing of the woodland on the Bank of water, rich in nutrients creates a r ...

                                               

Brookland Wood

Brooklands driving wood is a 10.9 hectare biological site of special scientific interest East of Tunbridge wells in Kent. This site has a variety of forest types and ground flora. Alder is dominant in wet areas and hazel, ash and field maple in t ...

                                               

Charing Beech Hangers

Charing Beech hangers is a 52.6-hectare biological site of special scientific interest just North of Ashford in Kent. This steep site is Mature Beech and oak and the ground flora varies with some rare species. Invertebrates include the rare slug ...

                                               

Chattenden Woods and Lodge Hill

Chattenden woods and Lodge hill-351-hectare biological site of special scientific interest just North of Rochester in Kent. This website has a variety of habitats including ancient semi-natural woodland, meadows and shrubs. There are significant ...

                                               

Cheriton Hill

Cheriton hill, overlooking the English channel in the area of Folkestone on the South East corner of Kent, England. Relatively low-lying hill covered with farmland, villages, narrow tracks and paths. The highest point is on a covered reservoir ne ...

                                               

Cobham Woods

Cobham woods 242.7 thousand hectare biological site of special scientific interest on the Western outskirts of Rochester in Kent. It is in the Kent downs area of outstanding natural beauty and part of it is administered by the National trust. The ...

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