List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Devon

This is a list of the Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) in Devon, England, United Kingdom. Natural England formerly English Nature is responsible for designating SSSIs in England, and choses sites because of their fauna, flora, geological or physiographical features. As of February 2012, there are 211 sites designated in this Area of Search. 71 of the sites are designated for their geological interest, 109 for biological interest and 31 are of interest for both. 11 of Devon's SSSIs are National Nature Reserves, 16 are managed by the Devon Wildlife Trust and 3 are Bird sanctuaries. There are 49 Special Areas of Conservation.

For other counties, see List of SSSIs by Area of Search.

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... Site name Reason for Designation Area (ha) Location Year in which notified Map/Refs Biological Interest Geological Interest Tamar-Tavy Estuary Y 1413.7 50°25′19″N 4°12′00 ...

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