This is a superb site for wildflowers. These general pictures and the images of flowers in FloralImages' main pages (thumbnail links below) I hope speak for themselves. The reserve covers 970 hectares of very varied habitat. It would take a lot of visits to even think you had "done" it. For more detail of this UNESCO Bioshere Reserve visit this website: Braunton Centre.
The book Wild Flowers of Braunton Burrows by Mary Breeds is superb value at £3.50 and the pictures in it, mostly by her husband, the Reserve Warden, are superb.
Not just flowers of course. There is plentiful fauna as well.
Marsh Helleborines made a carpet in many areas this July 2005.
An uncommon tussock form of Common Sedge, Carex nigra var juncea.
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© J R Crellin 2005