Shrubberies

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The Shrubberies comprise old parkland and pasture of a type now rare in the Fens with fine oak and other large trees. Some 49 species of birds and 12 species of butterflies have been recorded. There is a pond with a wooded island and adjoining marshy areas with fringing alders. The grassland is grazed and sometimes cut for hay. An acre of land was planted with native trees in 1989.

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Situated at the western end of Long Sutton, the reserve lies to the south of the old A17. The entrance is via a gate from a small side road (Garnsgate Road)

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