Situated in an urban area of Surrey, Dollypers Hill is a mixture of ancient woodland, scrub and chalk grassland.
The wooded section at the northern end of the reserve consists of old ash and hazel coppice with some maple.
In spring bluebells and blankets of wood anemone dominate the clay areas and dogs mercury can be found on the chalk.
The slopes to the west are home to a variety of chalk flora andincluding grass vetchling, eyebright, kidney vetch, birds-foot trefoil and quaking grass.
Look out for sparrowhawks, kestrels, goldcrests and willow tits. Less comon visitors include birds such as the hawfinch and brambling.
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