Wareham Forest (Q7969271)

  • matcher place: Dorset (relation 74392), Purbeck (relation 1965647), Dorset (relation 2698375)
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  • Wikipedia: English
  • English Wikipedia categories: Forests and woodlands of Dorset
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        node(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[landuse=forest][name];
        way(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[landuse=forest][name];
        rel(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[landuse=forest][name];
        node(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[natural=heath][name];
        way(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[natural=heath][name];
        rel(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[natural=heath][name];
        node(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[natural=scrub][name];
        way(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[natural=scrub][name];
        rel(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[natural=scrub][name];
        node(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[natural=wood][name];
        way(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[natural=wood][name];
        rel(around:1000,50.71800,-2.16600)[natural=wood][name];
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    out center tags;
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Wareham Forest is an area in Dorset, England, consisting of open heathland, including Decoy Heath and Gore Heath, and plantations of conifers such as Morden Heath and Bloxworth Heath. The site is overseen by the Forestry Commission for conservation and recreation. Situated next to the A35 road between Dorchester and Poole; the forest provides a home for sika deer, the Dartford warbler and a population of sand lizards.

Wikidata location: 50.7180, -2.1660 view on OSM or edit on OSM

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way: Wareham Forest (OSM), 3.48 miles from Wikidata [show tags]
name: Wareham Forest
source: OS 1:25k
landuse: forest
source:name: User Note

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heath (Q27590) natural=heath
shrubland (Q879641) natural=scrub

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Forests and woodlands of Dorset landuse=forest, natural=wood