Clapgate Pits

Clapgate Pits is a disused quarry near Broughton, Lincolnshire.[1] It provides an environment for several plants which are rare in Lincolnshire: pale St John's-Wort, Squinancywort and Wall Germander. Until 1969 it was the most northerly site in Britain for Pasqueflower but theses plants were apparently dug up by vandals.[1]

MammalsEdit

The following mammals have been recorded in Clapgate Pits:[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Clapgate Pits". www.lincstrust.org.uk. Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.
  2. ^ "Clapgate Pits". www.landscapebritain.co.uk. Landscape Britain. Retrieved 6 October 2019.