Your recent sightings at Leighton Moss
Your recent sightings
Latest Closure Information
As many of you will know, we are temporarily CLOSED to visitors during the current lockdown. This includes: Visitor Centre Toilets Hides and trails Café and shop The public Causeway is open as normal for local, essential exercise only Anyone using...Posted 09 Jan 2021 by Jon C
A Natural New Year
With the new year fast approaching, many of us will be more than happy to wave goodbye to 2020; an often exhausting and deeply concerning year if ever there was. As has been mentioned multiple times here and elsewhere, one of the few benefits of...Posted 30 Dec 2020 by Jon C
Winter Reed Cuts & Festive Opening
As we hurtle toward the end of what has been an extraordinary year in so many ways I hope, like me, you have been able to take some comfort in nature. Just being outdoors does do wonders for the mind, soul and body. In recent days, while going abo...Posted 19 Dec 2020 by Jon C
More paths re-open!
I’m happy to say that we have yet more good news to share this week – we have reopened the trail towards the Grisedale and Tim Jackson hides . Although the hides remain closed, visitors can now enjoy a leisurely walk through the wet woodland and...Posted 11 Dec 2020 by Jon C
Starling Murmuration News
As many of you know, the starling murmuration is without doubt one of the highlights of any winter visit to RSPB Leighton Moss. In recent years the murmurations here have taken place from the end of December till March and as we'd expect at this...Posted 08 Dec 2020 by Jon C
Leighton Moss re-opens!
We are all very excited to be re-opening tomorrow (Wednesday 2 December) following Lockdown2! We will be open from 10am till 4pm daily - here's a quick summary of what will be available for visitors to enjoy at Leighton Moss... Car park open ...Posted 01 Dec 2020 by Jon C