Explore Braunton - The Most Biodiverse Parish in England

Species List


The following lists contain species of flora and fauna that can be seen at Velator Wetlands:

Flora

Alder
Ash
Bird’s-foot-trefoil
Blackthorn
Bramble
Bristly Oxtongue
Broad-leaved Dock
Bulrush –Common Reedmace
Canadian Pondweed
Common Cat’s Ear
Common Duckweed
Common Gorse
Common Mouse-ear
Common Nettle
Common Reed
Common Rush
Common Vetch
Common Water-plantain
Creeping Buttercup
Dandelion
Elm
False Fox Sedge
Foxglove
Goat Willow
Great Yellow Cress
Grey Willow
Harts-tongue Fern
Hawthorn
Hazel
Hedge Bindweed
Hemlock Dropwort
Herb Robert
Hornbeam
Indian Balsam
Ivy
Knotgrass
Lesser Trefoil
Long-stalked Crane’s Bill
Marsh Woundwort
Marshbedstraw
Meadow Buttercup
Mountain Ash
Oak
Osier Willow
Purple-loosestrife
Red Clover
Redshank
Ribwort Plantain
Sycamore
Silverweed
Spiked Water Milfoil
Stinging Nettle
Swine Cress
Toad Rush
Water Mint
White Clover
Wood Speedwell
Yellow Iris
Yellow Waterlily

Fauna

Bee
Beetle
Black-headed Gull
Blue Tit
Canada Geese
Common Gull
Coot
Crow
Dabchick
Damselfly
Dragonfly
Frog
Grey Heron
Hedgehog
Hedge Sparrow
Herring Gull
Kingfisher
LadybirdHeron and Geese at Velator
Magpie
Mallard
Marsh Warbler
Meadow Brown Butterfly
Minnows
Moorhen
Mute Swan
Otter
Pigeon
Pond SkatersMagpie at Velator
Robin
Small White Butterfly
Spider
Swallow
Water Boatman
Water Snails

 
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