Arger Fen

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Arger Fen is a small fragment of the wildwood that covered Suffolk over a thousand years ago. It is a 'Site of Special Scientific Interest' and is one of only two woodlands in Eastern Suffolk to have a large number of wild cherry trees. On the field edge, you'll find a magnificent wild service tree.

The area is home to interesting wildlife, including grasshoppers, warbler and nightingales in the Summer and hawfinch in the Winter.

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Arger Fen Local Nature Reserve

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