Roding Valley Meadows Nature Reserve :: Shared Description

This Essex Wildlife Trust nature reserve holds the largest surviving area of traditional river-valley habitat in Essex. It consists of flower-rich hay meadows beside the meandering River Roding, both wet and dry, bounded by thick hedgerows, together with a small amount of scrub, secondary woodland and tree plantation. Part of the reserve is SSSI (from: Wild Essex LinkExternal link )
See also
Essex Wildlife Trust: LinkExternal link
Natural England: LinkExternal link
by Roger Jones
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TQ4394 : Twenty Two Acres, Roding Valley Meadows Nature Reserve by Roger Jones
TQ4395 : Leaves over the Roding, Roding Valley Meadows Nature Reserve by Roger Jones
TQ4395 : Trees on the banks of the Roding, Roding Valley Meadows Nature Reserve by Roger Jones
TQ4495 : Three Forests Way, Roding Valley Meadows Nature Reserve by Roger Jones
TQ4294 : Sunlight falls on trees, Roding Valley Meadows Nature Reserve by Roger Jones


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Created: Mon, 13 Oct 2014, Updated: Mon, 13 Oct 2014

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