Willowmead

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Willowmead is a small area of wet alder carr woodland, A small pond was created within the reserve.


Otter and water vole have been recorded along the river. A reasonable selection of common birds is present, reflecting both the woodland and wetland elements of the reserve, including kingfisher and wintering siskin. Lesser-spotted woodpecker, lesser flycatcher, song thrush, nuthatch and treecreeper breed in the woodland, whilst mandarin, mallard, tufted duck, moorhen and coot breed along the river and its edge.

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The site is accessed by a gate at the end of Becketts, a cul-de-sac off the westbound A414 out of Hertford.

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