Warton Crag is a prominent limestone outcrop which stands sentinel over the village of Carnforth.
Rising dramatically above Morecambe Bay, Warton Crag marries stunning habitats that have seen the area become part of a network of nationally important wildlife conservation sites.
Limestone grassland, limestone pavement and ancient semi-natural woodland boast thin, free-draining soils and rugged, rocky outcrops that support an extra special array of species.
Bird’s-foot trefoil, horseshoe vetch and kidney vetch create a blaze of colour in May and June. The rich yellow hues of common rock rose and bright pink thyme come later.
Find out with the Lancashire Wildlife Trust.