Hazlewood Marshes, Suffolk :: Shared Description

Hazlewood Marshes, an area of undrained freshwater grazing marsh on the north side of the Alde estuary, was acquired by Suffolk Wildlife Trust in the early 1990s. The area was transformed dramatically in early December 2013, when the river wall was breached by a high tide: the area is now flooded twice daily and is in the process of transition to salt marsh, the trees that formerly stood on its fringes now poisoned by salt water.
by Christopher Hilton
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TM4357 : Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Track onto Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Hazlewood Marshes, from the path to the Eric Hosking Hide by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4358 : Looking onto Hazlewood Marshes, from the Sailors' Path by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Hazlewood Marshes, from the Eric Hosking Hide by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Dead trees at the edge of Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Dead trees at the edge of Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Dead trees at the edge of Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4358 : Looking off the A1094 onto Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4358 : Dead birch trees on the edge of Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4358 : Reedbeds and dead trees at the edge of Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton
TM4357 : Hazlewood Marshes by Christopher Hilton


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Created: Sun, 6 Oct 2019, Updated: Sun, 6 Oct 2019

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