What makes Crossness and the surrounding area special? – an illustrated summary

Crossness Nature Reserve Site Manager Karen Sutton has put together the following timely document summarising why the site, and the rest of what little is now left of Erith Marshes – including fields on the eastern boundary, now threatened by a looming planning application – are so important for wildlife, and are valuable resource for local people to connect with nature.

Download the PDF file .

 

Save our Skylarks! – Leave the Cory/Borax fields for nature!

The future of the Skylark in Bexley is threatened by proposed 'development' at Crayford Marshes and at Crossness, where this individual was pictured. (Photo: Dave Pressland, with permission)

The future of the Skylark in Bexley is threatened by proposed ‘development’ at Crayford Marshes and on fields at Crossness, where the species breeds and this individual was pictured. (Photo: Dave Pressland, with permission)

 

 

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