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Yoxall Meadows

Contact: National Forest Company

Grid Ref: SK138177

Yoxhall Meadows

A privately-owned site that was planted as part of the National Forest Tender Scheme in 2001.

The southern boundary of the site is formed by the River Trent, which is known to support a population of otters.

In among the developing woodland is an area of wildflower meadow that is developing an interesting flora which, in turn, attracts a range of invertebrates.

As the site continues to mature over the years, its wildlife interest will grow.

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Woodland Site

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Insects & other Invertebrates

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Lakes & Open Water

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Deer Park

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Reptiles & Amphibians

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Car Parking

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Disabled Areas

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Information Centre

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Picnic Area


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