The Sefton Coast

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Sefton coast
Sefton Coast
The extensive foreshore zone along the Sefton Coast is part of the Liverpool Bay complex of estuarine habitats. The sand dunes of the Sefton Coast form the largest dune system in England. Habitats include embryo dunes, mobile dunes, fixed dunes, dune slacks, dune scrub and dune heath. Rare species include Sand Lizard, Natterjack Toad, Great-crested Newt and Petalwort (a bryophyte). The extensive coastal pinewoods support a thriving population of the Red Squirrel.
The coast is protected through a series of designations. The intertidal foreshores, salt marsh and grazing marshes form part of the 12,400 hectare Ribble and Alt Estuaries Special Protection Area (EU Birds Directive). This area, along with the wet slack system in the dunes, is also designated as a Ramsar Site (internationally important wetlands). Click here for further details.....
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