Quarry Banks

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Quarry Banks: The oak woodland, at the northern end of the nature reserve, is clearly far older than the railway and may even be a remnant of ancient woodland. 60 species of bird have been recorded on the nature reserve including spotted flycatcher, great spotted woodpecker, tawny owl and moorhen, which have all bred. The meadow area attracts butterflies in the summer including ringlet and large skipper.

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From M6 Junction 42 take turning for Wetheral. In Cumwhinton village take the minor road signed for Cotehill and Armathwaite.

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