Telscombe Tye :: Shared Description

'Tye' meaning enclosure or common pasture is an area of registered common land. It is managed sensitively using traditional farming methods ensuring wildflowers, insects and ground nesting birds can flourish. The site also has a dew pond which was originally dug out for livestock to drink from where no natural ponds or streams occur. These features are now important as wildlife havens and will attract insects amphibians and feeding birds.
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by Paul Gillett
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TQ4002 : Telscombe Tye by Paul Gillett
TQ3902 : Saltdean viewed from Telscombe Tye by Paul Gillett
TQ3901 : Telscombe Tye by Paul Gillett
TQ3902 : Cows on Telscombe Tye by Paul Gillett
TQ4003 : Dew Pond - Telscombe Tye by Paul Gillett
TQ3902 : Telscombe Tye by Paul Gillett

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Created: Fri, 20 Nov 2009, Updated: Fri, 20 Nov 2009

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