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Crookham Common

Extending eastwards from Greenham Common, Crookham has many of the features of the former, gorse, heather and low cover for ground nesting birds such as Skylark and Meadow Pipit. Where Crookham Common nears the Brimpton Road there is a substantial area of thicker, deeper cover - from brambles to mature trees. Here summer visitors are frequently found including a variety of warblers, good numbers of Nightingale, regular Garden Warbler and the occasional Nightjar and Woodcock.

Grid Reference: SU523645

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