We have a new set of information boards set up at Flanders Moss highlighting the importance of pollinators and which ones you might see at Flanders. Find out more from this post from the excellent Scottish Pollinators’ blog:
To stand on the boardwalk, or atop the viewing tower, at Flanders Moss National Nature Reserves is to bask in so much that is great about Scottish nature. The visitor here is likely to be utterly enthralled by an insight into the world of raised bogs and much more besides. And it doesn’t seem to matter what time of year you choose to visit. However, if pollinators are on your radar then a visit in spring and summer might just the ticket for you.
Like any reserve there are seasonal highlights. May and June are best for plants, July to September for lizards, and autumn and winter for birds of prey and geese. Add to the mix dragonflies and damselflies and a beautiful raised boardwalk, complete with stunning viewing tower, and Flanders seems to have it all. Yet it’s now celebrating another brilliant addition – a pollinator trail.
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