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Recorder: Olivia Kelly, Ann Davis and Paul Davis Walk Time 1hr

Potteric Carr is a remnant of the vast fenland that once stretched all the way across the Humber basin to the coast now refered to as the Humberhead. A mosaic of habitats, from reedbeds to winding woodland trails and networks of ponds. During summer, the meadows are full of butterflies.


Sections 4 and 8 are very much meadows with good numbers including Small Heath. watch for Purple Hairstreak in Section 4 large Oak trees Sections 2 for Common Blue and woodland species are seen in 1 and 5

Results 2020

Transect reports 2020

Surveys were not undertaken in 2020 due to lack of resources during the Pandemic. Last set of Results for 2019 below: