Lawn Wood

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The reserve consists of two meadows, named Bottleneck and Jackson's paddock, and the adjoining Lawn Wood.


Lawn Wood is an ancient deciduous wood consisting mainly of oak and ash, with field maple, midland hawthorn and the scarce wild service tree. The ground flora includes species of old woodland, such as wood anemone, woodruff and early-purple orchid. Fallow and red deer are frequently to be seen in the wood and meadows.


The ride system has been extended to provide edge habitat for birds and butterflies. The boundary between the wood and the meadows provides particularly important habitat, which is being carefully looked after in order to retain and extend the scrubby margins.

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Lincolnshire, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Bottleneck, Jacksons Paddock

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The reserve is situated north-east of Castle Bytham and is reached from an unclassified road (Counthorpe Lane) linking Castle Bytham and Creeton.

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