The circular path was badly damaged by Storm Arwen which blew over large trees, creating large holes on the path. This route is closed until further notice.
The path to the hide is open following the completion of recent tree felling. The path is rough in places and the route has been marked by stakes with red and white tape to indicate the way.
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.