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Tree fungus in Braywick Park
|Type||Local Nature Reserve|
|OS grid||SU 896 800|
|Area||12.7 hectares (31 acres)|
|Managed by||Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead|
Geography and site
The park features formal parkland with trees and wildlife habitats including grassland, woodland and a pond.
The park was originally part of the estate belonging to Braywick Lodge. In 1969, the 19th century mansion was demolished, but the stables were saved and refurbished in 1989 to provide a nature centre.
In 1999 the site was declared as a local nature reserve by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
The site has the following fauna:
- European rabbit
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