Sites - Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs)
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United Kingdom, East Midlands
0o 43.35' West 53o 29.17' North
3 - 30m
Year of IBA assessment
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
Site description A small mixed forest, mainly pine Pinus, situated in the north-western corner of Lincolnshire. Areas of unimproved acid grassland and heathland command SSSI status, and contain characteristic communities. Scotton and Laughton forest ponds support plant species of acid fen/mire. The site is important for breeding Caprimulgus europaeus and Lullula arborea.