10.19 ha (25.18 acres)

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Goslings Corner is one of the smaller Lincolnshire oak/lime woods, but it is an excellent representative of a distinctive type of these nationally important woodlands. The tree and shrub structure consists of scattered oak standards over coppice of small-leaved lime, oak, hazel, birch and field maple. The ground flora is impressively rich with abundant spring flowers, and the rarer woodland plants include greater butterfly-orchid and bird's-nest orchid. Birds include great spotted woodpecker, treecreeper, blackcap and other woodland warblers.