Chub Sandhill Natural Area Preserve
|Chub Sandhill Natural Area Preserve|
|Location||Sussex County, Virginia|
|Area||1,066 acres (431 ha)|
|Virginia Natural Heritage|
Chub Sandhill Natural Area Preserve is a 1,066-acre (431 ha) Natural Area Preserve located in Sussex County, Virginia. It contains a group of low sandhills and riparian wetlands along the Nottoway River. Much of the region's original vegetation has been lost, but the preserve supports such remnants as Queen's delight, golden puccoon, and hoary scurf-pea. Sand post oak, rare in Virginia, may also be found in the woods, as may a number of native legumes.
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