ⓘ Saddington Reservoir is a 19.1 hectares biological Site of Special Scientific Interest south of Saddington in Leicestershire. The reservoir has a range of wetla ..

                                     

ⓘ Saddington Reservoir

Saddington Reservoir is a 19.1 hectares biological Site of Special Scientific Interest south of Saddington in Leicestershire.

The reservoir has a range of wetland habitats, such as open water, wet willow woodland and swamp. There are a number of nationally scarce beetles, such as Carabus monilis, Atheta basicornis, Eledona agricola and Gyrophaena lucidula.

There is public access to the site.

                                     
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