Presently the tract of Thorne, Goole, Hatfield and Crowle Moors is but a remnant of the vast complex of bog, fen and moor that once surrounded the head of the Humber estuary including much of North Lincolnshire’s Isle of Axholme. Crowle Moors supports various habitats including lowland raised bog. It is internationally important for the nocturnal nightjar and is the only site in Lincolnshire to support the large heath butterfly. Other important plants found on the moors include bog rosemary, sphagnum moss and the carnivorous sundew.
- Dole Road Crowle North Lincolnshire
- 01507 526667
- Open all year