The following wildlife habitats fall within this parish. They are listed according to their associated landscape type or local character area.
If you want more information about any of the sites of special scientific interest (SSSIs) listed below, take a look at English Nature's Nature on the Map website. It may also be possible to find out a bit more about the unnamed wildlife habitats in the parish by contacting the Thames Valley Environmental Records Centre (email@example.com) and quoting the site code next to the habitat description.
The majority of these wildlife habitats are on private land and access to them is not possible without permission of the landowner, unless there is a statutory right of way. However, many wildlife habitats in the county are open to the public. More information on these can be obtained from the Oxfordshire Nature Conservation Forum.
Site Code: 42X07.1
This site consists of a large section of the Cherwell flood plain. This area has always been important for birds due to regular flooding and the presence of wet grassland habitat. In winter the area is liable to flood and it attracts good numbers of wildfowl that winter in the UK and flocks of wading birds. Many of these are classed as birds of conservation concern. These include gadwall, teal and lapwing. This area is the most important part of the Cherwell Valley in North Oxfordshire.