Migrant hawker by Elizabeth Dack 1/3
Little owl by Nick Appleton 2/3
Lady's bedstraw 3/3

Boon's Heath

Boon’s Heath, a County Wildlife Site, is an area of bracken dominated heath on a very sandy, gravely soil that straddles the parish boundaries of Aldeby and Burgh St Peter.  The site boasts impressive pollarded oaks, and amazing views across the Waveney Valley.  Despite not having any water on site it is visited by lots of different dragonflies and is home to such species as little owl and sparrowhawk.


St Mary's Road

Burgh St Peter
Post code
NR34 0BF
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