Your recent sightings at Leighton Moss
Your recent sightings
When a Warden Isn't Wardening...
As you can imagine, it's all a bit strange right now for those of us who ordinarily spend our days working at Leighton Moss - and we certainly share the frustrations of our visitors who love to while away the hours on our wonderful reserve! As par...Posted 03 Apr 2020 by Jon C
Get Set for a Wild Challenge!
While the reserve remains closed and most of us are staying at home, let's not forget that there is still lots of potential to enjoy nature where we live! Personally, I've been keeping an eye on the skies above my house in Lancaster looking out fo...Posted 27 Mar 2020 by Jon C
Reserve hide closures update 22/03/20
Please note that all hides will be closed from close of play on Sunday 22 March. The visitor centre, shop and café will remain closed. This is to prioritise the health and welfare of our staff, volunteers and visitors. These are difficult and...Posted 22 Mar 2020 by Jon C
Reserve closure information
Following the latest government advice we have made the difficult decision to close our visitor centre, café and shop to visitors at 5pm on Friday 20 March. This is to prioritise the health and welfare of our staff, volunteers and visitors. These...Posted 19 Mar 2020 by Jon C
Twilight sightings and updates
We may have showers, but that hasn’t put a damper on the wildlife around the reserve. Our two male bitterns (photo by Andy Hay) have been making themselves known this past few weeks, the best chance of hearing them booming is either just before...Posted 12 Mar 2020 by Jon C
Signs of Spring
Love is in the air at Leighton Moss as spring comes into full swing. If you arrive in the morning you will be greeted with a symphony of sound as birds sing to compete and court. Even one of our very special species are joining in. If you head up ...Posted 05 Mar 2020 by Jon C