Aubrey Buxton

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Aubrey Buxton: This 22 acre reserve is high woodland interspersed with grassland, on a sandy/gravel soil. It has three man-made ponds.

Cowslip, wild strawberry and common spotted orchid grow in the meadows, along with the uncommon lesser lady's mantle and adderstongue fern.

The many bird species include nuthatch, all three species of woodpecker and a number of summer visitors. There is a rookery.

22 species of butterfly have been recorded and in good years numbers can be impressive.

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Just north of Stansted: turn east off the B1383 (Bishop¹s Stortford­Stansted­Cambridge) on to Alsa Street. The entrance is 200m up a private road (with white gateposts at its end) on the right.

Bus

Hourly bus service along B1383: get off at Alsa Lodge turning.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

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Phone: +44 1621 862960.
Email: admin@essexwt.org.uk
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