Ingleborough National Nature Reserve
Wildlife watchers will love Ingleborough National Nature Reserve. The 1,014-hectare site is managed by Natural England and is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest and spans across some of the northern, north-eastern, and eastern slopes surrounding Ingleborough.
Ingleborough Nature Reserve is one of the best places in the region to see a whole host of habitats and species. From the limestone pavements to the wetlands and the moorland, there is plenty of variety here.
Wildlife known to inhabit the area include the northern brown argus butterfly, curlew, roe deer, and bats that live within the cave systems. Cattle also graze here ensuring the species-rich habitats are well-maintained.
Get lost in nature during a visit to Ingleborough National Nature Reserve…