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With 354 recorded bird species, native mammals such as red deer and otters, and millions of creepy crawlies that include tiger moths and common lizards, Lancashire’s wilder side offers up some great days out.
From the rugged moorlands of Bowland to the dramatic sands of Morecambe Bay, Lancashire is renowned for its birds and wildlife. The county’s varied countryside is home to world-famous breeding grounds and attracts birdwatchers from across the globe eager for a sight of its rare species. From the hen harrier in its hillside home to the red throated diver on the shores of the Irish Sea, Lancashire is a mecca for bird lovers throughout the year.
Whatever part of the county you are exploring, take your binoculars and prepare to be rewarded for your patience by a real wildlife show. This is a part of England rich in nature as well as heritage and be prepared to be dazzled (if you’re lucky you will see one of the country’s rarest plants too – the Lady’s Slipper Orchid – Cypripedium Calceolus).
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Brockholes is a new kind of nature reserve, an unreserved reserve. Located at Junction 31 of the M6, our beautiful reserve complete with trails and hides, is crowned by a floating Visitor Village featuring a gift shop, local food store and restaurant
Bowland Wild Boar Park is a family run business set in 65 acres in the heart of the Forest of Bowland and offers a brilliant and fun day out with the family. Enjoy a picnic or go for a ramble around the footpaths of the park whilst viewing wild boars, llamas, wallabys, red squirrels, pet lambs and...
Leighton Moss has an abundance of special birds and wildlife. You can hire binoculars, visit nature trails, come to events or get some retail therapy in our RSPB gift shop and enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal in our award-winning cafe.
WWT Martin Mere is where wilderness and family-friendliness combine. Autumn and winter are fantastic times to visit the nature reserve and animal collection.
Barrow In Furness
A wild and exposed coastal reserve with thousands of breeding seabirds, wintering birds, grey seals as well as coastal Flora. Four miles of trail and 8 hides give amazing views of Morecambe Bay.
Forest Area / Park
This is the largest forest in Lancashire and has a network of waymarked forest walks and a cycle trail. These are based on existing forest roads offering a variety of routes with a total length of the cycle network of 16km.
Country Park/Nature Reserve
The award winning Wyre Estuary Country Park is situated on the banks of the River Wyre and its network of paths lead visitors through a variety of estuary and riverside views. Includes a cafe and children's natural play area.
Lytham St Annes
RSPB Discovery Centre, an interesting visitor attraction with interactive displays and volunteers who will explain all about the wildlife on the Ribble Estuary, one of the best areas in the world for different species of birds.
Take all the family to Cobble Hey Farm & Gardens, for a great day out in the beautiful Bowland Fells. With friendly farm animals to meet, farm land to explore and cosy teashop there is something for everyone.
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