Wildlife rich Benshaw Moor is a remote and wild upland in the Rede Valley that hosts a complex and varied mosaic of habitats.
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A wild and remote area of blanket bog on the Northumberland-Cumbria border, alive in spring to the haunting cries of the curlew.
Druridge Pools is a wetland haven, rich in bird life, especially waders and wintering wildfowl.
One of the most accessible Border Mires sites, an area of heather moorland and blanket bog which comes alive in summer time with impressive insect life.
Holburn Moss is an example of a raised mire, previously used for peat extraction but now an internationally designated wetland attracting numerous and varied wildfowl.
Prestwick Carr is a large, low-lying wetland area on the edge of urban Newcastle, attracting various wading birds and songbirds such as pipit and skylark.