Sotby Meadows

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Sotby Meadows: The flora includes adder's-tongue, moonwort, dropwort, great burnet, yellow rattle, twayblade, and pyramidal and green-winged orchids. Around 200 species have been recorded, including 28 grasses. The hedges are fine examples of old species-rich hedgerows. The green lane hedge adjoining the reserve has oak, ash, hawthorn, purging buckthorn, blackthorn, crab apple, midland hawthorn and field maple. Seventeen breeding species of birds have been recorded in the hedgerows.

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The reserve lies about 1 km (0.6 miles) south of Sotby. Passing southwards through the village take the right fork towards Wragby. A green lane will be found on the left

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