Peatland Flora and Fauna

Peatlands are important because they play host to a unique array of flora and fauna such as specialist Sphagnum species, sundews, short-eared owls, golden plovers and common lizards. As well supporting nationally important biodiversity, peatlands offer the opportunity to escape, often evoking feeling of wildness and isolation and in possession of a melancholic beauty that few other landscapes in the UK rival.

So, have a look at our latest sightings and learn about some of the rare and specialist species that you may be lucky enough to encounter on your walks around the moors.

Coming soon, will be the opportunity for you to share your wildlife sightings with us....