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The Chingford Reservoirs is the collective name for the King George V Reservoir and the William Girling Reservoir, which form part of the Lee Valley Reservoir Chain in the London Boroughs of Enfield and Waltham Forest and Epping Forest in Essex. They were constructed by John Mowlem & Co.
The reservoirs are major wintering grounds for wildfowl, including nationally important populations of shovelers and great crested grebes. There are also significant numbers of Goldeneye (duck), tufted ducks and goosander. A total of over 85 species of wetlands birds have been recorded.
- List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Greater London
- King George V Reservoir
- William Girling Reservoir
- "Chingford Reservoirs citation" (PDF). Natural England. Retrieved 30 May 2016.
- "Map of Chingford Reservoirs". Natural England,.
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