Warton Crag

Warton Crag is a prominent limestone outcrop which stands sentinel over the village.

Nationally important area of limestone habitat including grassland, woodland and limestone pavement, supporting some of Britain’s rarest butterflies, including Peal Bordered Fritillary and High Brown Fritillary, as well as an array of other rare invertebrates and plants

Warton Crag is part of the network of nationally important wildlife conservation sites that occupy limestone areas around Morecambe Bay. The nature reserve includes important habitats such as limestone grassland and limestone pavement, as well as ancient semi-natural woodland.

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