Nature Notes-County Wildlife Site

Photos 150203-Field Entrance

Published on February 22nd, 2015 | by Shelagh Bidwell

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County Wildlife Site in Great Eversden

The meadow is to be found behind the long hedge that runs beside the High Street in Great Eversden travelling west out of the village between Fulbrook House and Manor Farm. The 4 acre meadow is one of 358 County Wildlife Sites in Cambridgeshire that have been recognised by The Wildlife Trust as being especially important for wildlife, including plants, insects, birds, mammals and all ‘biodiversity’. Two public footpaths cross the meadow so anyone can explore the flora and fauna.  Lindi Wood

 Photographs by Anna and Shelagh

To see a larger image (and some plant names, see it’s tab),  click on a picture.

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