4 edition of Flora of Pagham Harbour found in the catalog.
|Statement||Bognor Regis Natural Science Society|
|Publishers||Bognor Regis Natural Science Society|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
|2||Bognor Regis Natural Science Society Publications|
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The Port of Wythering was overrun by the sea in the 13th century and the whole harbour eventually silted up and ceased to be navigable, except for small craft. There is a visitor centre, with parking and limited other facilities about half a kilometre south of the village of Sidlesham on the Chichester to Selsey Road.
At present the entrance to the sea is 50 metres wide. An attempt was made to drain the harbour for farming in c.
As well as the bird population at Pagham, the salt marshes contain some rare plants such as Yellow-horned Poppy and Sea Kale. Sites of Special Scientific Interest. A History of the County of Sussex. The port of Wardur was part of 'New Haven' a development in the Middle Ages. Michael Shrubb 24 July 2003. The port of Charlton was at the entrance to the harbour and the third was on the Pagham side of the harbour and was known as the Port of Wythering Wyderinges.
0 hectares 1,554 acres 1986 Location map Pagham Harbour is a 629-hectare 1,550-acre biological and geological on the western outskirts of in. The harbour forms an area of saltmarsh and shallow lagoons.
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It is not an , as no major streams enter the harbour with the only freshwater inflow a few small streams draining surrounding fields.
A History of the County of Sussex.