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 Spring is in full swing here at Doe Park.. the fields are full of lambs, the swallows are back, the days are lengthening and the woodland is bursting into life. Now is the perfect time to see the abundance of wildflowers which thrive in our nature reserve adjacent to the site, the cowslips and early orchids along the railway walk and, if you venture a little further afield the rare, alpine blue gentian at Moor House Nature Reserve. Over a hundred nestboxes are providing accommodation for a variety of native songbirds and summer visitors on our farm and ground-nesting lapwings, oystercatchers and curlew are back to their nesting sites in our pastures. If you're an early riser, the black grouse can be seen at Langdon Beck in the upper dale performing their courtship lek, but if you prefer a lie in the dawn chorus can be enjoyed from the comfort of your caravan bed!

 

  

 

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