Booton Common lies in the valley of a tributary of the River Wensum, about a mile east of Reepham. The species-rich fen and wet heathland contain several rare plants. A variety of breeding birds are present including snipe, woodcock, grasshopper warbler and lesser whitethroat.
adders tongue fern, marsh helleborine, fragrant orchid, marsh pennywort, southern marsh orchid, grass of Parnassus, heather, bogbean.
marsh fern, polypody fern, mosses.
NWT Booton Common is 1km south east of Reepham in mid-Norfolk. From Bawdswell turn to Reepham on the B1145. Once in Booton village turn left 50m before the turning to Cawston. The track to the nature reserve is immediately on the left. Caution - there is limited roadside parking. Entrance is via public footpath.