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Nature reserves

Danby Wood

A small (3.4ha) broadleaved semi-natural woodland on the site of an old chalk mine withmany banks, hills and hollows. Oak, ash, lime and sycamore trees are present.

There are two walnut trees. The under-storey is composed of young sycamore, elm and ash. Arum lily (Lords and Ladies) and bluebells are present. In early spring snow drops can be seen in scattered patches.

Species of interest: variety of woodland birds including jays.

Access: one way-marked track and other informal tracks. As site is close to Marston Marshes many walkers use both sites to make a longer walk.

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