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біля Cringleford, England (United Kingdom)
A small (3.4ha) broadleaved semi-natural woodland on the site of an old chalk mine with many banks, hills and hollows. Oak, ash, lime and sycamore trees are present.
This site (26 ha) comprises floodplain grazing marsh on the northern side of the River Yare. There are numerous dykes throughout the site, which are managed on a rotational basis. The grass is managed through summer grazing by cattle and mowing.
Also included in the site are some small areas of damp woodland and they may be flooded during wet weather. There are five wildlife ponds.
Lying adjacent to the River Yare this site (6.2ha) largely comprises neutralgrassland, which is marshy in places.
Many of the former ditches are now just shallow depressions. There are smaller areas of tall herb and some broadleaved woodland.
The area is grazed in the summer and when cattle are not available it is mown. The woodland is generally left unmanaged.
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