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Aira Force & Ullswater
Aira Force & Ullswater
Probably the most famous of the Lake District waterfalls, the main force falls 70 feet from below a stone footbridge,set in a landscaped area used as a former victorian pleasure garden.....
Bassenthwaite Lake
Bassenthwaite Lake
In 2001 a pair of ospreys which nested in the Lake District became the first wild osprey to breed in the Lake District for over 150 years........
Campfield Marsh
Campfield Marsh
Situated on the south shore of the Solway Firth,is the RSPB Campfield Marsh nature reserve.The reserve is made up of a mosaic of saltmarsh.....
Coniston Water & Brantwood
Coniston Water & Brantwood
Brantwood’s steep woods were first worked by Norse invaders in the ninth century. With a stunning diversity of flora and fauna, these ancient semi-natural woodlands comprise half the 250 acre estate.
Flookburgh Marshes & the Leven Estuary
Flookburgh Marshes & the Leven Estuary
These coastal marshes provide a nesting habitat for breeding oystercatcher, ringed plover,lapwing, dunlin, curlew, redshank, shelduck, snipe, black-headed gull, wheatear, reed bunting,common tern....
Foulney
Foulney
Foulney is a long, narrow, uninhabited island in Morecambe Bay, cut off from the mainland only by the highest tides.....
Gelt woods and Geltsdale
Gelt woods and Geltsdale
Grizedale Forest Park
Grizedale Forest Park
Grizedale Forest occupies the fellside between Coniston Water and Esthwaite Water.It is one of the best sites in the Lake district for Crossbill.....
Haweswater
Haweswater
Haweswater remains the only regular site in England for Golden Eagle. Peregrine, raven and other mountain species are also present....
Hodbarrow RSPB reserve
Hodbarrow RSPB reserve
In spring, come to Hodbarrow and you'll be able to witness the comings and goings of a busy tern colony, where little, Sandwich and common terns raise their young side-by-side.
Humphrey Head
Humphrey Head
Humphrey head is a limestone promontory which extends into Morcambe Bay, the second most important estuary in England for waders and wildfowl....
Linskeldfield Tarn
Linskeldfield Tarn
Linskeldfield Tarn is a superb nature reserve tucked away amidst rolling farmland in North Cumbria – the Lake District, with the magnificent mountain of Skiddaw as its backdrop.
Sizergh Castle and gardens NT
Sizergh Castle and gardens NT
Excellent for woodland birds including some of our most illusive,Sizergh is one of the best sites in Cumbria for Hawfinch....
South Walney Nature Reserve
South Walney Nature Reserve
Part of the Morecambe Bay Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) ,South Walney is famous for its huge breeding colonies (over 20,000 birds) of both lesser black-backed and herring gulls
St Bees Head
St Bees Head
This RSPB reserve west of the Lake district has one of the largest cliff seabird colonies on the west coast of England and has the country's only breeding Black guillemot....
Talkin Tarn
Talkin Tarn
An excellent site for winter wildfowl and spring migrants such as redstart, wood warbler and pied flycatcher in the mature woodlands.
Tindale Tarn
Tindale Tarn
Located in the far north west of the AONB, Tindale Tarn is a good place to bird watch at any time of year in a highly scenic setting. A rich variety of breeding birds can be seen during spring and summer, including waders and black grouse....

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