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Lound has a number of natural attractions in and around its immediate area.

Linghurst Lakes

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Lound Bird Club

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Black-necked Grebe
Common Teal
Common Teal
Gadwell
Gadwell
Grasshopper Warbler
Grasshopper Warbler
Great Crested Grebe
Great Crested Grebe
Nuthatch
Nuthatch
Reed Bunting
Reed Bunting
Robin
Robin
Sanderling
Sanderling
Shoveler
Shoveler
Stonechat
Stonechat

Daneshill Lakes

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Idle Valley Nature Reserve

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Daneshill Lakes

Daneshill Lakes is a former gravel extraction area which has now been carefully restored to benefit wildlife. The gravel pits themselves have been flooded to create an open water habitat surrounded by willow woodland. Many wild flowers also grow here, attracting butterflies such as brimstone, common blue, meadow brown, gatekeeper and ringlet.

Idle Valley Nature Reserve

This spectacular wetland site covers an area of 450 hectares following the River Idle northwards. The size of 600 football pitches, it is one of the largest sites for nature conservation in the East Midlands.The acquisition of the site is supported by a grant from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Linghurst Lakes

Welcome to Linghurst Lakes. A Parish Park.

Linghurst Lakes was actually handed over to Lound Parish Council by Tarmac in January 2004.

The restoration of the quarried areas was a condition of Tarmac being allowed to quarry this area near the village and the handover fund was required as a consequence. Nottinghamshire County Council approved …

Lound Bird Club

Welcome to Lound Bird Club. Gary Hobson is the contact for this group

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