|61||Gaywood Valley: Osier Marsh||
Grass marshland, The Woodland Trust's Reffley Wood and domestic residences on eastern edge of King's Lynn, Norfolk.
|62||Paul Clack's garden in Wiltshire||
Modest garden on a busy road on western side of Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire. Surrounded by walls and hedges, no water (yet). Decent mature shrubs in places, but surrounded by houses. Open fields a few hundred metres away.
|63||Fishwick Local Nature Reserve, Preston||
This LNR is a mixture of a reclaimed landfill site; an allotment; a relic apple orchard; a watercress farm; a typha swamp and a woodland. There are 7 grassland areas that have been developed on the landfill sites. There are 3 permanent ponds and a number of temporary ponds. Throslock Wood at the eastern end of the Reserve is a Biological Heritage Site which is made up of mature, native non-plantation woodland.
Ryan Clark's garden in Aylesbury. Set in a urban location and not really managed especially for wildlife apart from; a small area of meadow flowers, a 1m square pond and some nesting space for bees and wasps.
|65||TQ4335 (Forest Row, East Sussex)||
The kilometre square just to the north of the village of Forest Row, mostly comprising Tablehurst Farm (organic) and Emerson College. There are small ghyll streams, several large ponds, clusters of Ancient Woodland, and meadow, as well as the old railway line (now the Forest Way) and the river Medway.
An ongoing project started 1 January 2015 by Forest Row natural history group.
|66||Southerham Sussex Wildlife Trust Reserve||
Picturesque rolling downland with chalk grassland flowers and butterflies, set in a working livestock farm as part of the wider Lewes Downs area.
|67||Daffern's Wood LNR||
A newly designated Local Nature Reserve in Arley, North Warwickshire. Most of the reserve is ancient woodland but it includes some grassland with surrounding scrub.
|68||Seb Buckton's garden||
Back and front gardens in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Moth trap regularly, bird feeders, pond and good views over Stroud.
List includes anything I can see and identify in, from or over my garden.
|69||Selwyns Wood Sussex Wildlife Trust Reserve||
A mixture of woodland types with heathy glades and streams in East Sussex.
|70||Harry Witts's Garden, Cottingham, E Yorks||
Bang average small suburban garden. Bucket pond, regular actinic moth trap. Birds includes seen/heard from the garden/house.