Sydlings Copse

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The wonderful variety of habitats make Sydlings Copse in east Oxon one of the best botanical sites in the Midlands - over 400 plant species have been recorded here. Reedbed, fen, a stream, ancient woodland, heath, limestone grassland and sandy soil are all packed into the steep valley.

The reserve is teeming with bird and insect life. Mammals such as badgers, deer, foxes and bats also make their homes here.

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From Headington roundabout, take Bayswater Road north through Barton; turn left on B4027; after 500 metres, park opposite Royal Oak Farm and tea room; take bridleway for 600 metres, passing two small woods; reserve on right 100 m from bridleway. Parking on soft verge

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Never closes

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Free

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Phone: +44 1865 788307
Email: wildinfo@bbowt.org.uk
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