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Rosie Curstons Meadow, Mattishall

Rosie Curstons meadow is a 2.3-hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Mattishall in Norfolk. In this uncomfortable marl meadow is grazing. It has more than sixty kinds of herbs and a variety of herbs, including green winged Orc ...

Scoulton Mere

Scoulton is a 34.2 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in the West of Wymondham in Norfolk. The main ecological interest of this site lies in the swamps, marshes and swamps flora on the Islands in simple and along the coast. Th ...

Sea Mere, Hingham

The sea of all Hingham is the 36.3-hectare biological site of special scientific interest close to the town of Hingham in Norfolk. The site has a natural round hole the simple kettle, which was formed during the Holocene period, about 10.000 year ...

Shallam Dyke Marshes, Thurne

Shallam dyke marshes, Thurne is a 69.8-hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the South-East of Norwich in the County of Norfolk. Its part of the Broadland Ramsar site and special protection area and the broads protected. This ...

Shelfanger Meadows

Shelfanger meadows is the 10.3-hectare biological site of special scientific interest North of Diss in Norfolk. This site, in the valley of a tributary of the Waveney is described by natural England as "one of the most important areas of unimprov ...

Shotesham Common

Shotesham common is 21.6 hectare biological site of special scientific interest South of Norwich in Norfolk. This site consists of traditionally managed meadows with different types of grasslands, ranging from permanently wet bogs in the valley b ...

Shotesham-Woodton Hornbeam Woods

Shotesham-Woodton hornbeam woods is 40.4 hectare biological site of special scientific interest East of Newton Flotman in Norfolk. This site consists of four ancient undergrowth with the standards of hornbeam forests on boulder clay, the grove Sh ...

Snettisham Carstone Quarry

Snettisham Carstone quarry 11 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North of kings Lynn in Norfolk. It is on the Norfolk coast area of outstanding natural beauty. This is the only known place in the UK for micro-moth verba ...

Southrepps

Southrepps is a village and civil parish in the English County of Norfolk. The village is 5.2 miles Southeast of Cromer, 21.9 miles North of Norwich and 136.0 miles to the North of London. The village lies to the North-East of the A149 between ki ...

Stanley and Alder Carrs, Aldeby

Stanley and alder carrs, Aldeby is 42.7 ha biological site of special scientific interest East of Gillingham in Norfolk. Its part of the Broadland Ramsar site and special protection area and the broads protected. Most of this site is an Alder Car ...

Stiffkey Valley

Stiffkey valley is 44.4 hectare biological site of special scientific interest East of wells-Next-the-sea in Norfolk. It is on the Norfolk coast area of outstanding natural beauty. This valley has a number of wetlands in the floodplain of the riv ...

Swangey Fen, Attleborough

Swangey Fen Attleborough is a 48.4 hectare biological site of special scientific interest South-West from attleborough, Norfolk. This part of the valley Norfolk marshes special protected area. Part of this site spring-fed swamp, with diverse flor ...

Swannington Upgate Common

Swannington Upgate common is a 20.5-hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West from Norwich, in County Norfolk. This site has a variety of habitats, including glacial Sands and gravels, peat, dry and wet heaths, wood ...

The Brinks, Northwold

In Brinks, Northwold or meadows is a 16.4 hectare biological site of special scientific interest South of Northwold in Norfolk. These meadows undeveloped areas of tall grasses and pastures where graze cattle and sheep. There are also patches of f ...

Tindall Wood, Ditchingham

Tindall wood, Ditchingham is 42.2 ha biological site of special scientific interest to the North of Ditchingham in Norfolk. This is one of the largest hornbeam forest in Norfolk. It is an ancient coppice with standards are oak, ash and hornbeam, ...

Warham Camp

Warham camp is an iron age circular hill Fort with a diameter of 212 metres near Warham, South of wells-Next-the-sea in Norfolk. This scheduled monument and 5.1 hectare biological site of special scientific interest. It is on the Norfolk coast ar ...

Westwick Lakes

Westwick lakes 9.8 hectare biological site of special scientific interest South of North Walsham in Norfolk. Lots of birds overwinter on the five artificial lakes, which have an unusual aquatic. Plants on the margins of the lake include less catt ...

Whitwell Common SSSI

Whitwell is overall 19.4 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in North East of Dereham in Norfolk. This is common in the valley of a tributary of the river Wensum has a diverse flora of wetlands on peat soils. There are also are ...

Yare Broads and Marshes

Yare broads and marshes is 744.5-ha biological site of special scientific interest East of Norwich in the County of Norfolk. Part of the site is a review site for nature conservation, grade I, and most of it is in the mid-yare national nature res ...

Alder Wood and Meadow

Alder wood and meadow is a 13.2 hectare biological site of special scientific interest South-West in Corby, Northamptonshire. In semi-ancient deciduous forests is a surviving fragment of the Royal forest of Rockingham. Its mainly ash and ground f ...

Aldwincle Marsh

Aldwincle Marsh-2 biological site of special scientific interest to the North of Thrapston in Northamptonshire hectare. The swamp and swamp on shallow peat is formed by infiltration of the border between clay and limestone. Plants in wet areas in ...

Ashton Wold

Ashton wold is a 54.0 biological site of special scientific interest East of Oundle in Northamptonshire hectare. It is part of the Ashton property, which was purchased in 1860, Lionel de Rothschild, banker and politician. His grandson, Charles Ro ...

Badby Wood

Badby wood is 47.2 ha biological site of special scientific interest South of Banbury in Northamptonshire. This ancient semi-natural forests on acidic soils, and was covered by forests for over 700 years. This is mainly of pedunculate oak with a ...

Badsaddle, Withmale Park and Bush Walk Woods

Badsaddle, Withmale Park and Bush walk woods is a 25.2 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West of Wellingborough in Northamptonshire. It is an ancient underbrush with oak and ash on wet calcareous soils. Ground fl ...

Banhaw, Spring and Blackthorns Woods

Banhaw, spring and Blackthorns woods is a biological site of special scientific 123.4 interest hectare East in Corby, Northamptonshire. These forests are one of the largest remnants of the ancient Royal forest of Rockingham. They are mainly ash a ...

Bosworth Mill Meadow

Bosworth Mill meadow is a 5.7 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West of Welford in Northamptonshire. This hay meadow is traditionally managed. The main flora are crested dogs-tail and common knapweed, meadow foxt ...

Bozeat Meadow

Bozeat meadow is 2.6 biological site of special scientific interest in Bozeat, East of Northampton hectare. It is unimproved grassland on well-drained clayey and loamy soils. It is a medieval ridge and furrow and a variety of plants, including cr ...

Bucknell Wood Meadows

Bucknell wood meadows is a 9.2 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West of Silverstone in Northamptonshire. This website consists of these unprepared sites for the seasonal wetland soils. The flora is varied, a lot ...

Bulwick Meadows

Bulwick meadows is a 4.2 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Bulwick, North-East in Corby, Northamptonshire. These wetlands in the floodplain of willow Creek. There are a variety of wetland plants, including rare species, an ...

Calender Meadows

Calendar meadows 3.1 biological site of special scientific interest to the North from Guilsborough in Northamptonshire hectare. It is described by natural England as a "national important site for lowland unimproved neutral grassland". It has a w ...

Collyweston

Collyweston is a village and civil parish in East Northamptonshire, about three miles South-West of Stamford, Lincolnshire, on the road in Kettering. The population of the parish at the 2011 census was 514.

Collyweston Quarries

Collyweston quarries is a 6.6 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Easton on the hill Northamptonshire, South of Stamford. It is managed by the wildlife trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. This former limeston ...

Coombe Hill Hollow

Coombe hill basin 4.3 biological site of special scientific interest to the North of Sibbertoft ha in Northamptonshire. This steep and narrow valley, has a neutral grassland, which has never been the subject of fertilizers or herbicides, and it h ...

Cowthick Quarry

Cowthick Quarry-1.4 geological site of special scientific interest hectare East in Corby, Northamptonshire. This website provides middle Jurassic rocks Dating to 174 163 million years ago, and from the point of view of natural England was "the be ...

Dungee Corner Meadow

Dungee corner meadows 5.1 biological site of special scientific interest East of Bozeat in Northamptonshire hectare. This is a well drained hay meadow on the boulder clay have traditionally controlled, and no artificial fertilizers or herbicides ...

Everdon Stubbs

Everdon Stubbs is a 29.5 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the South-East of Everdon in Northamptonshire. It is owned and managed by the woodland Trust. This forest area has areas of acidic free-draining soils, and other d ...

Geddington Chase SSSI

Area of 39.1 hectares in the North-West corner of Geddington chase was designated a biological site of special scientific interest. It is located South-East from in Corby, Northamptonshire. Geddington chase is a surviving fragment of the medieval ...

Hardwick Lodge Meadow

Hardwick cottage meadow is a 10 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West of Wellingborough in Northamptonshire. This unimproved grassland on boulder clay has a rich variety of flora, including many rare in the Coun ...

Helmdon Disused Railway

Helmdon disused railway is 16.6 linear biological site of special scientific interest between Helmdon and Brackley in Northamptonshire hectare. This site is the former embankment and cutting Great Central railway, which was closed in 1966. This J ...

High Wood and Meadow

High forest and meadow is 16.5 biological site of special scientific interest and between Farthingstone Preston capes in Northamptonshire hectare. It is managed by the wildlife trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. Wood ancient and ...

Kings Cliffe Banks

Kings cliff banks is a biological site of 7.7 acres of special scientific interest in kings Cliffe in Northamptonshire. This former limestone quarry has an undulating pastures with grazing by rabbits and cattle. It has a rich variety of flora, in ...

Mantles Heath

Mantle hit 13.7 hectare biological site of special scientific interest the South in Daventry, Northamptonshire. Most of this forest on acid soil, but the Western part is calcareous and poorly drained clay and varied flora. Locally rare plants inc ...

Plumpton Pasture

Plumpton pasture 3.6 biological site of special scientific interest East of the toaster in Northamptonshire hectare. There is medieval ridge and furrow on this unimproved meadow on clay. Peaks of the ridge have a lot of dry grass, while the damp ...

Racecourse Farm Fields

Farm Racecourse field 5 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in Easton on the hill Northamptonshire. A former quarry grassland on Jurassic limestone. Flora is diverse, with over thirty species of flowering plants in each square ...

River Ise and Meadows

River ISE and meadows is a 13.5 hectare biological site of special scientific interest along the river ISE in Northamptonshire between Geddington and Kettering to Corby railway line East of Rushton. The river described by natural England as "the ...

Syresham Marshy Meadows

Syresham marshy meadows is 17.8 biological site of special scientific interest in the West acres Silverstone in Northamptonshire. This site consists of two adjacent areas of wetlands in the valleys that drain into the river OUSE. And the swamp on ...

Titchmarsh Meadow

Titchmarsh meadow is a 2.2 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-East from Titchmarsh in Northamptonshire. It is poorly drained areas have a rich diversity of plant species, including large birds-foot-trefoil, southe ...

Twywell Gullet

Twywell gullet is 17.1 biological site of special scientific interest East of Kettering in Northamptonshire hectare. It is part of the 54.6 ha Twywell hills and dales nature reserve, which is run by partnerships in the forestry Fund and the Rocki ...

Wadenhoe Marsh and Achurch Meadow

Oudenho of marsh and Church meadow is a 47.5 hectare biological site of special scientific interest South of Wadenhoe in Northamptonshire. This sophisticated place on both sides of the river Nene has the most diverse habitat and diverse fauna and ...

Wakerley Spinney

Wakerley spinney is 4.4 biological site of special scientific interest to the West of kings cliff in Northamptonshire hectare. This is the remains of the ancient Royal forest of Rockingham, and deciduous forests and semi-natural meadows. The most ...

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