Concept

Chobham Common

Summary
Chobham Common is a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest north of Chobham in Surrey. It is a Nature Conservation Review site, Grade I and a national nature reserve. It is part of the Thames Basin Heaths Special Protection Area and the Thursley, Ash, Pirbright and Chobham Special Area of Conservation. It contains three scheduled monuments. Most of the site is managed by the Surrey Wildlife Trust as the Chobham Common nature reserve, but the SSSI also includes a small private reserve managed by the Trust, Gracious Pond. Animals
  • 26 species of mammal have been recorded on the site including the nationally rare water vole.
  • 116 species of bird have been recorded. The Common is a nationally important breeding area for European nightjar, woodlark and Dartford warbler.
  • 9 species of reptiles and amphibians have been recorded, including adders and the nationally rare sand lizard.
  • The Common is nationally important for its invertebrate fauna being the best site in th
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