The hide at Hare Moss is closed until further notice due to the Government recommendations regarding Coronavirus Covid 19. The reserve remains open as usual.
Located 2 miles south of Selkirk, Hare Moss has an area of open water that attracts wildfowl throughout the year. The birds can be viewed from a hide on the reserve.
- Breeding and wintering wildfowl
- Dragonflies and damselflies
Best time to visit?
- Apr to Oct for dragonflies
Dunhog Moss is an example if an upland basin fen and is reached by crossing farmland to the east of Hare Moss. A number of dragonfly and damselfly species can be found on this reserve.