Nature and Wildlife Reserves

From former iron workings to salt marshes, the landscape of Cumbria is scattered with nature reserves. Dunes, mudflats, bogs, woodlands, and estuaries contribute to the mix. They provide sanctuary for wildlife, birds, insects, butterflies, amphibians, and plant life.

Argill Woods Nature Reserve Arnside / Silverdale AONB
Asby Scar Nature Reserve Askham Lots Nature Reserve
Augill Pasture Nature Reserve Barkbooth Lot Nature Reserve
Beachwood Nature Reserve Boathouse Field Nature Reserve
Bowness on Solway Nature Reserve Brown Robin Nature Reserve
Burns Beck Moss Nature Reserve Campfield Marsh Nature Reserve
Christcliffe Duck Field Nature Reserve Clints Quarry Nature Reserve
Dorothy Farrers Spring Wood Nature Reserve Drumburgh Moss National Nature Reserve
Dubbs Moss Nature Reserve Duddon Nature Reserves
Enid Maples Nature Reserve Eskmeals Nature Reserve
Foulney Nature Reserve Grubbins Wood Nature Reserve
Hale Moss Nature Reserve Hay Bridge Nature Reserve
Hodbarrow Nature Reserve Humphrey Head Nature Reserve
Hutton Roof Crags Nature Reserve Ivy Crag Wood Nature Reserve
Kingmoor Nature Reserve Latterbarrow Nature Reserve
Linskeldfield Tarn Nature Reserve Meathop Moss Nature Reserve
Newton Reigny Nature Reserve Next Ness Nature Reserve
Nichols Moss Nature Reserve North and South Walney Nature Reserves
Orton Moss Nature Reserve (Includes Bucknill´s Field) Priest Pot Nature Reserve
Quarry Banks Nature Reserve
(Alan Wilson Memorial Reserve)
Rockcliffe Marsh Nature Reserve
Sandscale Haws Nature Reserve Smardale Gill National Nature Reserve
Solway Coast Discovery Centre Tarn Sike Nature Reserve
Waitby Greenriggs Nature Reserve Whitbarrow National Nature Reserve: Hervey Memorial Reserve
Whitbarrow National Nature Reserve: Howe Ridding Wood Wreay Woods Nature Reserve

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