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|SSSI Name||Morden Bog and Hyde Heath|
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|My Notes||This SSSI covers most of the heathland at the eastern end of Wareham Forest. These are mainly wet, boggy areas that escaped conifer plantation.|
These sites featured on the Nature of Dorset fall within this SSSI. Click the site name to find out more about it.
|Sites featured on the Nature of Dorset within this SSSI designation (Click to view details)||Headline|
|Morden Bog National Nature Reserve||
An extensive area of wet bog in Wareham Forest surrounded by dry heath and woodland.
|Wareham Forest (Northport Heath)||
Primarily Forestry Commission plantation but with various habitats including a large reed bed at the southern end of Decoy Heath.
|Wareham Forest (Woolsbarrow)||
The site of an iron age settlement offering views across Wareham Forest and surrounded by various other habitat types
|Wareham Forest (Lower Hyde Heath)||
A circular walk around an extensive area of wet heath and bog in Wareham Forest
|Wareham Forest (Great Ovens)||
The information for this site was contributed by the late, and greatly missed, JOHN WRIGHT as part of the SANDFORD HERITAGE PROJECT year of nature recording.
Here are a few photographs from sites within this SSSI.