Blacka Moor

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Blacka Moor: 180 hectare area of heathland and woodland. Heathland plants include heather, bilberry and cowberry with many birds and moths. Ancient oak woodlands with birds such as pied flycatcher, wood warbler, great spotted woodpecker and goldcrest.

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Popularity rank: #7817
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Peak District, Yorkshire, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Blacka Moor Nature Reserve

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Bus

Take the 97 bus from the Peace Gardens in central Sheffield to Totley. Get off at Cross Scythes, and walk down Hill Foot Road towards the Strawberry Lee Lane entrance. For the Stony Ridge Road entrance, take the 240 or 272 from the Sheffield Interchange and ask for the Piper Lane bus stop.

Admission

Opening Times:

Never Closes.

Prices:

Free

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