Baggy Point seen from Putsborough beach
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The land is owned by the National Trust, and forms part of the Saunton To Baggy Point Coast Site of Special Scientific Interest, because of the geological interest in Upper Devonian Sandstones. The fauna in the rocks is poor but contains bivalves, possibly of brackish to freshwater affinities, and plant remains. It provides an important habitat including maritime heathland.
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