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Lychett Bay and Turlin Moor Local Nature Reserve
Name of Location Lychett Bay and Turlin Moor Local Nature Reserve Highlights Over-wintering birds Diversity Very Low (less than 50 species) Facilities
- Some parking nearby
- No visitor facilities
- Information display
OS Map Reference SY978916Ten Top Species: Species Scientific Name Status Record Date Interest Level Parsley Water-dropwort Oenanthe lachenalii Local 16/08/20174 Grayling Hipparchia semele Present 16/08/20173 Western Gorse Ulex gallii Occasional 16/10/20123 Marble gall Andricus kollari Local 16/08/20173 Hoverfly (E tenax) Eristalis tenax Present 16/10/20123 Hoverfly (H pendulus) Helophilus pendulus Present 16/10/20123 Bucks-horn Plantain Plantago coronopus Scarce 16/08/20173 Large Bindweed Calystegia silvatica Occasional 16/10/20123 Greater Sea-spurrey Spergularia media Local 16/08/20173 Dwarf Gorse Ulex minor Local 16/10/20123
This site is designated as an SSSI or is part of a larger SSSI. Here are the details:
SSSI Name Poole Harbour Primary Photo Description
Poole Harbour is one of the largest natural harbours in the world, a very high proportion of its area comprising intertidal marshes and mudflats. These, together with the permanent channels, support large numbers of wintering wildfowl and waders, for which Poole Harbour has national and international significance. Fringing habitats of heathland, grassland and the islands provide additional interests, in turn supporting further scarce and restricted flora and fauna. Several rare marine invertebrates also occur within the harbour.
Interest Biological Status Now Featured on NoD My Notes Poole Harbour is internationally important for birds and for wildlife as a whole so no wonder it is an SSSI.