Doxey Marshes

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Doxey Marshes is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its wet grassland habitat and its breeding wading birds and wildfowl.


Take a stroll around Doxey in the spring to hear sedge warblers, reed bunting and other warblers singing. See lapwing wheel around in the sky uttering their pee-wit call and enjoy the spring flowers of wet meadows, ragged robin and lady's smock.


The site is also home to a small population of otters. The old bird hide is a good place to spot them as there is a holt in Tillington Flash, but they travel along the River Sow and into Stafford town itself.

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