Glen Moss has areas of marshland, woodland and wet heath with open water and sheltered, shallow pools. It is a natural haven for songbirds, waterfowl, amphibians and insects, particularly dragonflies and damselflies. Rare plants include the coral root orchid.
- Wildflowers and insects
- Songbirds and waterfowl
- Scenic walks
Best time to visit?
- Spring for birds
- Summer for plants and butterflies
- Summer for dragonflies
- Autumn & winter for waterfowl
A path leads around the reserve past a pond where nine species of dragonflies can be spotted.