Naturelog: Leighton Moss

The RSPB reserve at Leighton Moss near Carnforth in Lancashire consists of a number of Reed-beds and lakes. It is famous as the breeding site for Bitterns and Marsh Harriers.





We came across this pheasant dozing by the path side and it refused to move even when we walked past it


We also saw red deer but regrettably not close enough to photograph them and so this is the only one which would pose for us.


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