Profusion of flowers on the dune grassland and on the saltmarsh attracts a variety of insects and butterflies. Waders feed on the estuary whilst the dunes and shingle provide nest sites for…
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"We just wanted to say what a lovely visit we had, both yesterday and today to Foulshaw Moss. We are keen photographers and lovers of nature and found Chris to be a very pleasant asset to a small but truly delightful reserve. During these troubling times in the world, it is great to escape and enjoy the pleasures of nature."
Arctic and little tern breed on this island nature reserve during the summer whilst in autumn and winter it is a great site to see waders.
A small undisturbed area of wet woodlandand, a haven for birds.
With stunning views across Morecambe bay, this shingle island reserve is full of interest and a fantastic place for bird watching. South Walney Nature Reserve is home to the only grey seal colony…
With stunning views of the Cumbrian fells and Morecambe Bay, this is a great place to walk and explore. Rich in wildflowers and butterflies.