Arnolds Meadow

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Arnolds Meadow: The variety of habitat attracts many birds: 73 species have been recorded, including kingfisher, and 35 species have been known to breed, including sparrowhawk and jay. Seventeen species of butterfly have also been recorded. There is a good population of water voles, toads, frogs and grass snakes. Plants are abundant on the reserve with 171 species recorded on the heavy clay. The wet area of the meadow has purple-loosestrife, brooklime, ragged-robin and butterbur.

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The meadow is situated on the east side of the Coronation Channel at Spalding. Access is reached from Peck's Drove, crossing a Bailey bridge over the channel, onto Childer's South Drove.

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Free

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Dogs are not allowed

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