Asham Meads

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Asham Meads: Ancient flower-filled 56 acre meadows, fringed with old hedgerows and alive with butterflies and birdsong.

These lovely expanses of Oxfordshire grasslands, near Otmoor, harbour rare communities of national and local botanical gems including maroon-flowered great burnet, meadow foxtail grass, ragged-robin and tubular water-dropwort.

Listen out for skylarks, grasshopper warbler, blackcap, yellowhammer and curlews in the breeding season

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On Boarstall to Murcott road; ½ mile north of turn to Arncott, take track on left; follow for ¾ mile.



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Never closes

Prices:

Free

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Phone: +44 1865 788307
Email: wildinfo@bbowt.org.uk
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