A small secluded reserve worth exploring for its suprising variety of habitats
The northern section of the grassland at Ramden Corner is acidic, with abundant sheep's sorrel and bent grasses giving the grassland a red sheen through much of the year. There are also large quantities of heath bedstraw and sweet vernal-grass, together with the yellow flowers of cat's ear and tormentil.
A large number of bird species have been recorded on the reserve, including redpoll, brambling and grasshopper warbler.
The map below is for indication purposes only and does not show the Wildlife Trusts definitive land boundary.
Species and habitats
Nearby nature reserves
Nature reserve map
Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2012. For indicative purposes does not show exact boundaries.