30.77 ha (76.03 acres)

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Duddon Mosses is a Natural Nature Reserve, a system of raised mosses/mires at the head of the Duddon Estuary. You can see bog plants such as bog mosses (Sphagnum), cotton grasses and the carnivorous sundew. Rhododendron is creeping in in some places. On three sides the mosses are surrounded by a belt of broadleaved trees including Birch and beech. Wildlife to be seen includes deer, adders, lizards, frogs and barn owls. See the NNR website for access details.