Rauceby Warren

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Rauceby Warren: The mixture of calcareous and acid soils gives rise to a varied flora rather like that of the Breckland of Norfolk and Suffolk. Over 320 plants have been recorded, including many localised species and one national rarity, the smooth rupturewort. Over 90 species of birds have been recorded of which 25 are known to nest. Records also include 60 species of aculeate wasps and bees.

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The reserve consists of a 1.3-km linear strip that runs along the south side of the A153 Sleaford-Grantham road, about 4 km (2.5 miles) west of Sleaford.

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