Meathop Moss

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Meathop Moss: The nature reserve is very rich in invertebrate life. Over 200 species of butterfly and moth have been recorded. The uncommon bog bush cricket and a variety of dragonflies and damselflies also occur. Snipe, stonechat and tree pipit are often seen on the open moss. Red and roe deer, and adder are also present on the nature reserve.

There is also a path that leads from the car parking area to the open mire (1 km/0.6 miles return trip) with information boards along the route.

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From A590 at Witherslack take the minor road opposite the Witherslack turning signed for Ulpha. Approx 0.9km/0.5 miles from the junction just before High Stock Bridge

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