North Cove Nature Reserve :: Shared Description

North Cove Nature Reserve is privately owned and is managed by Suffolk Wildlife Trust and Beccles Bird Society: LinkExternal link
They say:
"North Cove is a quiet relaxing place with a patchwork of wetland habitats including grazing marsh, wet woodland and pools, all lying in the valley of the River Waveney. Characteristic marshland plants like ragged-robin and yellow rattle (so named because the dried seeds rattle in their pods) have become established along with nationally scarce marsh fern which is thriving here. Bog pimpernel occurs in the meadow and opposite-leaved golden saxifrage can be found near the old decoy pond.The reserve is also a great site for fen meadow plants."
by Roger Jones
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TM4690 : Dyke in North Cove Nature Reserve by Roger Jones
TM4790 : Looking to the summer house, North Cove Nature Reserve by Roger Jones
TM4690 : View of the old Decoy Pond from the Hide, North Cove Nature Reserve by Roger Jones


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Created: Tue, 29 Mar 2016, Updated: Tue, 29 Mar 2016

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