Peascombe: the peaceful cwm | Nature Notes from Dorset

All too often it seems that for a site to be deemed worthy of protection it needs to have an array of rare and endangered species present. We are seeing that battle being fought in Dorset in more than one location. Sometimes a piece of land that has escaped modernisation and demonstrates how our lovely world was before the advent of machinery and chemicals occurs and rightly it is saved for future generations to enjoy as a nature reserve.
Such is the case with Peascombe, a Dorset Wildlife Trust reserve in west Dorset. Possibly unchanged for generations this is damp pasture with some woodland and a delightful stream running through it

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