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Bassenhally Pit

Bassenhally pit-8.6 hectare biological site of special scientific interest in North East retail trade in Cambridgeshire. This former gravel pit has a variety of habitats, e.g., ponds, swamps, grasslands, shrubs and forests. The swamp is a nationa ...

Berry Fen

Berry fen is 15.3 biological site of special scientific interest on the Western outskirts of Earith in Cambridgeshire hectare. This neutral grassland periodically floods in the winter. It is used by wintering birds, including tundra swans small i ...

Bonemills Hollow

Bonemills hollow 17.5 biological site of special scientific interest East of Wittering in Cambridgeshire hectare. The valley has a swamp and areas of Jurassic limestone grassland. The swamp on the valley floor and the dominant species and lesser ...

Brampton Meadow

Brampton meadow is a hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West of Brampton in Cambridgeshire. The site has a rich diversity of plant species growing on clay-calcareous pastures, reducing habitats. Plants include qua ...

Brampton Racecourse

Brampton Racecourse is 21.1 biological site of special scientific interest just North of Brampton hectares in Cambridgeshire. The horse racing place called Huntingdon Racecourse. The site is rich in species of neutral grassland, a rare habitat in ...

Caldecote Meadows

9.1 Caldecote meadows is a biological site of special scientific interest in Caldecote in Cambridgeshire hectare. The website herb-rich calcareous meadow, which had been circulated in the district, but now rarely. It is traditionally managed by h ...

Cam Washes

Cam washes-is 166.5 biological site of special scientific interest in the West ha Wicken in Cambridgeshire. In this place on the banks of the river Cam, consists of grasslands that are seasonally flooded. He described natural England as an import ...

Carlton Wood

Carlton wood-10.4 biological site of special scientific interest on the Eastern border of Cambridgeshire and West of great Bradley in Suffolk hectare. In accordance with the natural England, this wood has one of the best stands of hornbeam in the ...

Castor Flood Meadows

Castor flood meadows is 41.8 biological site of special scientific interest on the Western outskirts of Peterborough in Cambridgeshire hectare. In this place on the banks of the river Nene is a remnant of the once vast meadows. Flora includes a s ...

Cherry Hinton Pit

Cherry Hinton pit 12.8 hectare biological site of special scientific interest on the South East outskirts of Cambridge. The site consists of the Eastern pit and most of the smaller Western quarry. East PIT is part of limekiln close and East pit l ...

Delph Bridge Drain

Delph bridge Drain-0.15 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West of Soham in Cambridgeshire. This site has the only known British population of fen Ragwort, which was previously thought to be extinct in the UK in 1 ...

Dernford Fen

Dernford fen-10.3 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West of sawston in Cambridgeshire. The site is a rare surviving example of rough Fen and Carr. Other habitats-dry meadows and shrubs, together with ditches and ...

Elsworth Wood

Ellsworth 6.9 wood is a biological site of special scientific interest between Camborne and Ellsworth in Cambridgeshire hectare. This website has three different an unusual forest types. Its basically cutting the field maple, with a diverse under ...

Eversden and Wimpole Woods

Eversden and Whimple forest is 67.1 biological site of special scientific interest between Kingston and Orwell in Cambridgeshire hectare. The site was designated a special area of conservation European bats shirokolushka. Whimple wood has six spe ...

Furze Hill SSSI

Furze hill is 5.8 biological site of special scientific interest in three nearby areas to the East of Hildersham in Cambridgeshire hectare. The site has a steep Bank of glacial gravel deep sand, and is one of the few examples of sandy habitats in ...

Godmanchester Eastside Common

Godmanchester Eastside common is 29.7 biological site of special scientific interest East of godmanchester in Cambridgeshire hectare. The site is registered common land. There are two field with the disused railway line separating them. Habitat i ...

Gog Magog Golf Course

Golf course, Gog Magog is 88.4 hectare biological site of special scientific interest at Gog Magog Golf club South-East of Cambridge in Cambridgeshire. The rate of calcareous grassland, which has a rich diversity of flora. The main grass upright ...

Great Wilbraham Common

Great Wilbraham common is 23.5 biological site of special scientific interest West of great Wilbraham in Cambridgeshire hectare. It is controlled by the rightholders communities. This is one of the largest remaining areas of rich species meadows ...

Hildersham Wood

Hildersham wood is a 7.7 hectare biological site of special scientific interest South of Hildersham in Cambridgeshire. The main trees in this ancient forest, on wet chalk with clay pedunculate oaks. Ground vegetation is diverse, including locally ...

Holland Hall (Melbourn) Railway Cutting

Holland hall railway cutting is 3.3 biological site of special scientific interest near Melbourne in Cambridgeshire hectare. This side-kilometer stretch of operational railway line Cambridge line. The site is steeply sloping chalk grassland, on w ...

Kingston Wood and Outliers

Kingston wood and outliers is 47.4 hectare biological site of special scientific interest South-West of Kingston in Cambridgeshire. The website incorporates a Kingston wood, Pincote wood, hawks wood and Lady large pastures. This is ancient woodla ...

Langley Wood, Cambridgeshire

Langley wood is 31.6 ha biological site of special scientific interest in Cambridgeshire, and lying between saffron Walden in Essex and Haverhill in Suffolk. This ancient wood has a blanking ash and hornbeam, together with maple, hazel and oak. F ...

Little Catworth Meadow

Little Catworth meadow is 5.2 biological site of special scientific interest between Spaldwick and Catworth in Cambridgeshire hectare. In the meadow is traditionally managed grassland on calcareous loam, which is a rarity in the UK. It has a gree ...

Little Paxton Pits

Little Paxton pits is 127.4 biological site of special scientific interest at little Paxton in Cambridgeshire hectare. Part of it is a 60 hectare local nature reserve. These flooded former gravel pits are of national importance for wintering bird ...

Little Paxton Wood

Little Paxton wood-44.1 biological site of special scientific interest in the West, little Paxton in Cambridgeshire hectare. This ancient tree raw ash and maple on a heavy calcareous clay, seasonally waterlogged soils, and it has extremely divers ...

Madingley Wood

Madingley wood-15.4 hectare biological site of special scientific interest near Madingley, on the Western outskirts of Cambridge. The Western part of this ancient wood is pedunculate oak, with other trees including Ash and field maple with hazel ...

Orton Pit

Orton pit is 145.8 biological site of special scientific interest on the southern edge of Peterborough in Cambridgeshire hectare. It is also protected This vast area of abandoned brick workings clay the largest known population in the UK has a lo ...

Orwell Clunch Pit

Orwell Clunch pit is 1.8 biological site of special scientific interest on the Northern edge of Orwell in Cambridgeshire hectare. He belongs to Orwell parish Council and managed by the Clunch pit management trust. This former stone quarry has a r ...

Out and Plunder Woods

And plunder the forest is 38.6 biological site of special scientific interest hectare between great Bradley and Trubetskoy Green in Cambridgeshire. These woods on boulder clay were little changed since the medieval period, which allowed the devel ...

Papworth Wood

Agenda tree 8.7 biological site of special scientific interest in Everard Agenda in Cambridgeshire hectare. This is one of the oldest secondary forests in the area. It has a diverse ground flora, including BlackBerry, rough meadow grass, nettle, ...

Park Wood, Cambridgeshire

Park wood is 8.1 biological site of special scientific interest hectare Brinkley in East Cambridgeshire. This forest is wet ash / maple type, scarce and deteriorating habitat. Ground flora include Bluebell, dogs mercury and oxlip, and there are i ...

Perry Woods

Perry woods 67.9 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the South-East of Kimbolton in Cambridgeshire. It consists of three Les, the more Perry Western small wood and Perry wood and ash. These ancient forests of ash / maple typ ...

Roman Road, Cambridgeshire

The Roman road is 12.4 ha of linear biological site of special scientific interest stretching from the South-East of Cambridge, just North of Linton in Cambridgeshire. It is also a monument, and is supported by Cambridgeshire County Council. This ...

Sawston Hall Meadows

Sawston Hall meadows is 7.4 biological site of special scientific interest in sawston in Cambridgeshire hectare. On this site spring-fed peat meadows on chalk, habitat used, but now rarely. He has a national rare flower Selinum carvifolia, which ...

Snailwell Meadows

14.8 Snailwell meadows is a biological site of special scientific interest in Snailwell in Cambridgeshire hectare. On peat meadows overlying spring-fed chalk, with a variety of soil conditions. Some areas of dry calcareous pastures, and other dam ...

Southorpe Roughs

Southorpe ceilings-9.8 site of special scientific interest in the West hectares in Southorpe, Cambridgeshire. Its a disused quarry that has grassland on Jurassic limestone. The main grass tor-grass, sheeps fescue, is the national rare plant spott ...

St Neots Common

General Neots is 33.4 biological site of special scientific interest in St Neots in Cambridgeshire hectare. This site on the Eastern Bank of the river great OUSE and meadows, willow Carr, ditches and ponds that support diverse wildlife species. P ...

Stow-Cum-Quy Fen

Stow-on-Kam-Kui fen-29.9 biological site of special scientific interest in the West lode ha in Cambridgeshire. Most of them-a common ground. The site is calcareous loam in a pasture, with a diverse flora and outdoor swimming pools, which have rar ...

Sutton Heath and Bog

Sutton Heath and bogs is 18.3 biological site of special scientific interest hectare East Wansford in Cambridgeshire. On this website there are two types of grassland, both of which rare in Cambridgeshire. They are calcareous pastures, on limesto ...

Ten Wood

Ten 17.7 wood is a biological site of special scientific interest East Trubetskoy Green in Cambridgeshire hectare. This ancient wood of ash / maple type, which has high conservation value as it is limited and declining sales. Other trees are the ...

Thriplow Meadows

Thriplow meadows is 3.5 biological site of special scientific interest in Thriplow in Cambridgeshire hectare. The site has two fields neutral grassland, which range from dry to swampy. These habitats lowland rarely, and in more humid areas there ...

Thriplow Peat Holes

Thriplow peat holes 12.2 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-East of Thriplow in Cambridgeshire. On the website there is a rare alder Carr and habitat swamps, that have a wide variety of invertebrates, which is enh ...

Upware North Pit

Upware North pit is 1.1 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West of Wicken in Cambridgeshire. This site has several flooded quarries, with areas of willow and hawthorn. This is one of two British sites, where the w ...

Weaveley and Sand Woods

Weaveley sand 62.0 woods biological site of special scientific interest North of Gamlingay in Cambridgeshire hectare. This site has incredibly diverse Geology, with the free draining Lower Glauconitic, poorly-drained boulder clay and Jurassic cla ...

West, Abbots and Lound Woods

West, abbots and so the forest is 50.4 ha biological site of special scientific interest South of Wittering in Cambridgeshire. The site has various types of forest, some of which rare in the UK, including Alderwood plateau. There are ancient wood ...

Whitewater Valley

Whitewater valley is a 4.3 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the North-West of Wittering in Cambridgeshire. Habitats at this site include the stream along with relevant marsh, tall Fen and willow Carr. In Carr diverse flor ...

Whittlesford - Thriplow Hummocky Fields

Whittlesford Thriplow hummocky fields is 55.6 biological site of special scientific interest between Whittlesford and Thriplow in Cambridgeshire hectare. This site has two unusual species, nationally rare grass-Poly, which is found only in South ...

Wilbraham Fens

Wilbraham swamp is 62.5 biological site of special scientific interest ha to the East of Cambridge. This is an example of fen habitat that is now rare in Britain, with grassland, scrub, ponds and ditches. The dominant species of fen-common reed, ...

Bickerton Hill

Bickerton hill refers to two low red Sandstone hills that form the southern tip of the ridge in the middle of Cheshire in the North-West of England. At the high point, raw head, lies on North hill and is situated at altitude of 227 meters. Part o ...

Burton Mere Wetlands

Burton only wetlands is a natural reserve at the mouth of the river Dee, located on the border between Cheshire, England and Flintshire, Wales. It is administered by the Royal society for the protection of birds and includes a senior internal far ...

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