Byfield Pool is a 4 hectare nature reserve west of Byfield in Northamptonshire. It is managed by the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire. This secluded pool, which is adjacent to the , was constructed in the 1790s to supply water to the Oxford Canal. Water rails and tufted ducks breed on the pond, and there are many frogs and other amphibians. A wide range of other birds nest in the adjacent scrub and woods. Mammals include rabbits and red foxes. There is access by a footpath from Boddington Road east of Boddington Reservoir, and by a footpath from Byfield.
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