Moore Nature Reserve (Warrington) Reviews
Description:Address: Arpley Landfill Site / Forrest Way / Sankey Bridges / Warrington WA4 6YZ / Cheshire / England
Newest Review: ... There's also a section on the website to report any interesting sightings; recent sightings include escaped chipmunks(!), ring necked parakeets, terrapin(?!), stoats, as well as rare birds such as bitterns. This is one of my local walks; I visit here every fortnight. The reserve has a good range of paths so a different walk can be embarked upon each time I visit without covering the same ... more
Customer Moore Nature Reserve (Warrington) Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/06/09 (Very useful, 712 readings)
Moore Nature Reserve is located in a narrow strip of land between the Manchester Ship Canal and the River Mersey, near the busy towns of Warrington and Runcorn. The 200 acre site was previously farmland, then a sand quarry and has been managed as a nature reserve since 1991. The site is managed by wardens employed by Waste Recycling Group Ltd who operate the adjacent Arpley Landfill tip. Waste Recycling Group have made a marvellous job of converting the disused quarry into a mosaic of woodland, meadows, lakes and ponds, and at the same time creating a network of paths for visitors to walk, with a variety of bird hides for people to watch from. The ... Read the complete review
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