Wolla Bank Reedbed

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Wolla Bank Reedbed

Wolla Bank Reedbed

An area of land lying south of Anderby Creek was scraped for clay and used in the repair of sea defences following the major tidal surge and subsequent east-coast floods in the winter of 1953.The resulting clay pits quickly flooded and were soon colinised by extensive beds of reed and sea club-rush, with great reedmace, fennel pondweed, wild celery, sea arrowgrass and water-crowfoot. There are also colonies of common spotted-orchid.Bird species are typical of this east coast habitat with bittern, bearded tit, marsh harrier, Reed warbler, sedge warbler, and reed bunting. Good rarity site in the right conditions. View from the road or Wolla Bank car park.




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