Leighton Moss is a reserve run by the RSPB and is located on the south eastern tip of the Lake District near Kendal.  This reserve is a fantastic place to see Bearded Tits as they have gravel trays which the birds visit during Autumn and Winter.


Storrs Ln, Silverdale, Carnforth LA5 0SW


9am to 5pm


01524 701601


Free to the visitor centre and cafe. Admission to hides and nature trails: Adults £8, children £4 (first child and under 5s free), students £5.50. Half price entry for those who travel to the reserve by public transport, on foot or bike. RSPB members, carers accompanying disabled person(s): free.


The reserve is 4 miles/6 km north of Carnforth. Take J35 off the M6 (signposted Carnforth), then follow the A6 north (signposted to Milnthorpe). Brown Tourist signs direct you to the reserve off the A6 and take you through the villages of Yealand Redmayne and Yealand Storrs. Alternatively, to come from Carnforth, follow signs to Silverdale, passing through the village of Millhead. Shortly after entering Warton, turn left and follow the road until you come to a T-junction beyond the level crossing, where you turn right, then right again just before the Silverdale railway station.

© 2017 by Jonathan Marshall. Proudly created with  

  • Grey Twitter Icon
This site was designed with the
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now