Upton Heath Nature Reserve
The range of species present is a good guide to a site's overall biodiversity. This chart shows the number of species in the main species groups (mammals, reptiles, birds, etc,) that occur here. This is a rough guide only - not truly scientific!
This chart gives an indication of which type of birds (wader, raptor, warbler, etc) favour this site:
The vegetation present is a good guide to a site's habitat diversity. This chart shows the number of species linked with accepted habitat types that occur here. This is a rough guide only - not truly scientific!
Habitat(s) Extent Comment H1: Dry Heath Significant Large areas of dry heath surround the bog H3: Wet Heath Partial The transition areas between dry heath and bog FD: Ditches and streams Minority A stream runs through part of the reserve BR: Redundant Railway Minority A long since abandoned railway route runs across the reserve W2: Acid Woodland Partial Woodland exists at the south of the reserve H4: Valley Mire and Bog Partial A large area to the centre of the reserve
This chart shows the number of reports per month for this site:
This chart may give you an idea as to the best time of year to visit.
This chart shows which contributors are most active at this location: