Kite's Croft Local Nature Reserve

Oak and alder woodlands bordering the Brownwich Stream near Titchfield

Southern Hawker dragonfly

About the site

Kite's Croft Local Nature Reserve lies between Titchfield and Fareham.

It is a linear woodland with associated meadows, which runs along the upper reaches of the Brownwich stream. It is important for wildlife, including scarce and rare species, like the dormouse.

The reserve runs from the A27 (Southampton Road) along the Brownwich stream. Primate Way and Warsash Road cross the woodland. This separates the main part of Kite's Croft from its smaller components, Lamberts Coppice and the Wilderness. Various permissive paths lead through Kite's Croft.

Address


Segensworth


Contact us

South Area Office, Ranger Depot, Pylands Lane, Southampton SO31 1BH

Phone 023 8040 2534