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Broxbourne Woods is Hertfordshire’s only National Nature Reserve and is also recognised as a Special Area of Conservation of European importance. It’s made up of 4 woods: Bencroft, Broxbourne, Hoddesdonpark and Wormley.
Main habitats: woodland
Management: Hertfordshire County Council and the Woodland Trust, in the context of the Broxbourne Woods NNR management partnership
Further information about the reserve, its wildlife and how to visit is on the managing bodies’ websites: