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Restored Forest Wetland Areas
A restored forest wetland area is a pond, bog, mire or similar which have been lost due to manmade measures such as drainage or rerouting of streams, but have now been restored. It must be a freshwater area enclosed (or in the outskirts of) a proper forest or woodland.