Flitwick Moor

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Flitwick Moor: Bedfordshires important wetland is a blend of fen, meadow, wet woodland and fragile peaty soil, supporting mosses, ferns and flowers.

Tall reeds fringe open water where frogs and toads spawn in the spring. The dense vegetation provides ideal cover for the elusive water rail, only given away by its eerie squealing call. In summer, warblers voice their scratchy songs and nest in the reed and sedge beds.

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A quarter of a mile east of Flitwick. From the Tesco roundabout in the centre of Flitwick on the A5120 cross over the railway bridge, turn right at roundabout, then immediately left into King's Road. After 500 metres turn left in to Maulden Road, towards the A507. After a quarter of a mile turn right at Folly Farm, following the track to the small car park


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