Stoborough Heath

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Stoborough Heath: The habitat is made up of dry heath, mire and acid grassland reverting to heath. Typical heathland plant species found here include the rare bog orchid, Dorset heath, white and brown beak sedge, marsh gentian, dwarf and common gorse.

Invertebrates found at the site include the rare wartbiter cricket, and golden ringed, ruddy darter and keeled skimmer dragonflies.

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The site is accessed via minor roads from the A351.


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Local bus services connecting Wareham and Swanage pass near the reserve on the A351.

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Never closes

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Free

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