Chambers Farm Wood Nature Reserve
Chambers Farm Nature Reserve is located on the site of a medieaval woodland and is well known for its wide range of butterflies. The 360-hectare (900-acre) beauty spot, near Wragby, Lincolnshire, has been rated as one of the best Forestry Commission sites in the UK for its insect life.
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- Birds: nuthatch, Woodlark, Buzzard, Hen harrier, green and great spotted woodpecker and other common woodland species.
- Butterflies: 16 species of butterfly have been recorded, such as purple hairstreak, brimstone, small copper and ringlet.
Location: About 15 miles east of Lincoln. Head East from Lincoln on the A158 before turning right onto th B1202 at Wragby. The car park can be found just past the Chambers Farm Wood Centre, sign posted off the B1202 Wragby to Bardney road.
Grid reference: TF158743
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