Dropshort Marsh Nature Reserve

Introduction

Dropshort Marsh is a rare surviving example of a wet meadow.  Today, most have been drained and are used as farmland.  There is a wide variety of plants such as sedges and grasses to be spotted.

How To Get There By Passenger Transport

Click here for bus and train timetable information.

How To Get There By Car

The area is to the south of Toddington on the A5120, Dunstable Road.
There is roadside parking in Toddington, then a short walk to the site.

Start/Finish Point

Access is from the A5120.

Access and General Information

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Route Description

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Acknowledgements

This site is owned and managed by The Wildlife Trusts.  For more information, visit their website.




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