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  • Lodmoor Nature Reserve

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    Name of Location Lodmoor Nature Reserve
    Highlights Over-wintering birds
    Facilities
    • Some parking nearby
    • Charge for parking
    • No visitor facilities
    • Defined paths
    OS Map Reference SY688813
    Aspect Detail
    Manager RSPB
    Ten Top Species: 
    Species Scientific Name Status Record Date Interest Level
    Long-billed Dowitcher Limnodromus scolopaceus Vagrant 31/03/2011
    5
    Spoonbill Platalea leucorodia Occasional 08/10/2013
    4
    Short Winged Conehead Conocephalus dorsalis SSSI Notification
    4
    Lesser Marsh Grasshopper Chorthippus albomarginatus SSSI Notification
    4
    Sea Club-rush Bolboschoenus maratima SSSI notification
    4
    Bearded Tit Panurus biarmicus Recorded by others
    4
    Bittern Botaurus stellaris Recorded by others
    4
    Charlock Sinapis arvensis Present 08/10/2013
    3
    Strawberry Clover Trifolium fragiferum Present 08/10/2013
    3
    Ivy Bee Colletes hederae Several 08/10/2013
    3

    This site is designated as an SSSI or is part of a larger SSSI. Here are the details:

    SSSI Name Lodmoor
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    Description

    An area of reedbed and brackish grassland, Lodmoor is of outstanding interest for birds. Construction of a sea wall in the early 20th century has prevented regular tidal inundation, but the low-lying land is still influenced by saline groundwater. Frequent flooding by freshwater occurs, especially in winter. The site is notable for waders on passage and wildfowl in winter, and several nationally rare species breed.

    Interest Biological
    Status Now Featured on NoD
    My Notes Being a large reed-bed much of this site is inaccessible but good paths make observation of much of it possible.

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