Feckenham Wylde Moor

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The 29 acres (11.5 hectares) of Feckenham Wylde Moor reserve are the last remnants of an extensive marsh


Ragged robin, common spotted orchid, cowslip and cuckoo flower thrive in these moist conditions while common snipe explore the wet meadows. Reed buntings can be found among the reed beds and the mixed hedgerows provide food and shelter for other birds and small mammals.

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Access is via Moors Lane, which runs south from the B4090 in the village of Feckenham.

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Opening Times:

never closes

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Free

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