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Comber Mere

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Covering an area of around 132 acres (53.4 ha), it is the largest lake in a private English park. An area of 169 acres (68.5 ha) of the mere and its surrounding land has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its swamp and fen environments, as well as its importance for birds. The mere is an important overwintering ground for wildfowl, and also has one of the largest heronries in Cheshire. (Wikipedia)

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