Brown Robin Nature Reserve

Brown Robin Nature Reserve

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Brown Robin is a nature reserve close to Grange-over-Sands and Lindale.

The reserve is rich I wildlife and is evenly split between grassland and woodland.

The woods are most spectacular in spring when bluebells, wild daffodils, primroses and wild garlic carpet the floor.

Additionally, Hart’s tongue fern and dog’s mercury grow here.

Interest is amplified by the mosaic of habitats that make up this site – from sunny open grassland to deep shady wood.

Furthermore, there are a number of great picnic spots and look out for the wildlife including roe deer, woodpeckers and buzzards.

The underlying limestone bedrock has produced a distinctive mix of dominant ash, hazel and yew with oak, beech, sycamore and elm.

Walking is fairly easy and the paths which range from farm tracks to narrow winding woodland.

Brown Robin Paths

The routes lead to the top of the reserve where you can enjoy panoramic views across Morecambe Bay.

Brown Robin Views

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  1. Alex

    The Brown Robin Nature reserve is about a mile up Windermere Road from Grange and worth a visit. There is parking on the roadside and access is marked with a footpath sign.

    1. David

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