Wild and undisturbed, this small reserve of raised and valley mires provides a habitat for many animal and plant species.
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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."
A fascinating place not only for wildlife but also for geology and industrial archaeology.
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Drumburgh Moss National Nature Reserve is a site of international importance, dominated by an expanse of lowland raised mire, one of Western Europe's most threatened habitats.
Ospreys use Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve as a nesting site. To visit, for free, see the directions below.
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Sphagnum, sundew and other unusual plants create a colourful carpet on this raised mire. Rich in invertebrate life myriads of butterflies, moths, dragonflies and damselflies are seen.