Kings Meads

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Kings Meads

Kings Meads

Kings Meads is the largest remaining grazed riverside flood meadows in Hertfordshire. It is managed by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, and with an area of 96 hectares it is the largest of the Trust's reserves. In summer, seven species of warbler breed here, in addition to good populations of reed bunting, meadow pipit and skylark.

The site is water meadows which are subject to flooding in winter. 265 wildflower species have been recorded, including some which are rare in the county such as reflexed salt-marsh grass and lesser sea spurrey. It has large populations of water birds, and is an important site for over-wintering stonechats. 119 bird species have been recorded

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