Nichols Moss

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Nichols Moss has long been known to naturalists as an important site for invertebrates and the nature reserve has colonies of large heath butterfly and bog bush cricket. Both red and roe deer are present.

The reserve is known as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

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From A590 take minor road to Witherslack. Turn left in village centre then left again at Halecat. Take the first left to Slate Hill. Continue to the T junction and turn left.

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