South Milton Ley SSSI :: Shared Description

South Milton Ley is a 40 acre wetland in the South Hams. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Part of the site is managed as a nature reserve by the Devon Birdwatching and Preservation Society.
South Milton Ley lies in a shallow coastal river valley separated from the sea by a sand bar. Adjacent to this bar, the waters of the Ley are slightly brackish due to occasional tidal influence, but upstream they give way to freshwater. The main habitat at the Ley is freshwater reedbed; this habitat is scarce in Devon and is the reason for the site's SSSI status.
by N Chadwick
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SX6741 : South West Coast Path crosses South Milton Ley by N Chadwick
SX6741 : South Milton Ley by N Chadwick
SX6741 : South Milton Ley by N Chadwick
SX6741 : South Milton Ley by N Chadwick
SX6741 : Reeds, South Milton Ley by N Chadwick
SX6741 : South West Coast Path crosses South Milton Ley by N Chadwick
SX6741 : South Milton Ley Nature Reserve by N Chadwick


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Created: Wed, 3 Oct 2018, Updated: Wed, 3 Oct 2018

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