Use the sections below to find out more about the habitats and species that make the Limewoods special, and work that is being undertaken by a range of organisations to ensure their survival.
The Limewoods area contains over a quarter of Lincolnshire’s ancient semi-natural woodland.
National Nature Reserves protect areas of wildlife habitat and geological formation.
It’s not just woodlands! Grassland areas are just as important for wildlife.
These woodlands have been managed for hundreds of years.
New woodlands and hedgerows link together the remaining ancient woodlands
Important research to find out more about the wealth of wildlife in the Limewoods area.