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RSPB Haweswater encompasses 30 square kilometres of mossy woodland, rushing streams, moorland, heath and bog, set within a dramatic mountainous landscape on the eastern edge of the Lake District National Park. The RSPB work in partnership with United Utilities to manage the site for people, water and wildlife, with active farms running alongside thriving upland wildlife such as red squirrels, salmon, ring ouzel, alpine wildflowers and mountain ringlet butterflies.

To find out more about visiting Haweswater, and to explore our events programme, visit wildhaweswater.co.uk