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Waterways | Lemsford

Lemsford (Image: Kingfisher c/o Clare Gray, Herts Wildlife Trust)

King of the freshwater - the stunning Kingfisher.
Image: Clare Gray, Herts Wildlife Trust.

Lemsford is a hidden gem in the heart of the South East of England just a mile from the A1M and its thunderous traffic. Its nature reserve is packed with wildlife.

The water at Lemsford is clean, fast running and never freezes, with the result that it's teeming with fish.

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