Foulney Island

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Foulney Islands main conservation feature is its breeding terns which travel vast distances to nest on the island's shingle banks. The main species are Arctic and little tern, although up to four species have bred on the nature reserve in the past. Other breeding birds include ringed plover, oystercatcher, eider, skylark and meadow pipit. The island has a resident warden during the breeding season to monitor and protect the birds.

There are a number of footpaths around the reserve.

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From either Barrow in Furness or Ulverston take the A5087 coastal road to the village of Rampside. From the village follow the road towards Roa Island. Stop about a quarter of the way across the Roa Island causeway and park in the small car park on the left hand side. From here a path takes you alongside the stone causeway onto Foulney Island.

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