| | Public
Pennsylvania Fields, Sedbury is a 27.03-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Gloucestershire, notified in 1985.
The fields are in the Forest of Dean, near Sedbury, and are brackish pasture which overlies alluvia soil. They lie adjacent to the lower, tidal part of the River Wye, and are unique in Gloucestershire. The area is made up of a collection of fields which are crossed by rhines and water-filled ditches. This pastureland, which is flooded by spring tides , is traditionally grazed in the summer months.
Copyright: Creative Commons 3.0
Forest of Dean, United Kingdom
© 2006-2020 RouteYou - www.routeyou.com