Burham Downs :: Shared Description

A Kent Wildlife Trust nature reserve. Which is in two parts: the south-eastern section is dominated by woodland and scrub, and the northern section is also predominantly woodland with some recently cleared areas. The woodland and scrub areas have a wide variety of tree and shrub species, typical of the chalk soil. Woodland glades and edges have important populations of lady and fly orchid. Open grassland areas are important for their chalk grassland flora including man and pyramidal orchid, dropwort and thyme. The downland provides wonderful views over the Weald of Kent.
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by David Anstiss
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TQ7362 : Herdwick Sheep on Burham Downs by David Anstiss
TQ7362 : Footpath and byway junction in Burham Downs by David Anstiss

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Created: Fri, 12 Nov 2010, Updated: Fri, 12 Nov 2010

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