Moss land


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land produced accumulation of aquatic plants, forming peat bogs of more or less consistency, as the water is grained off or retained in its pores.

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With the help of a Defra grant, the facilities for riders were further developed with the building of a cross-country training course and ride around the farm's grazing, arable and moss land, which is a haven for bird and wildlife.
The area was originally moss land and it is thought that a tree was planted by the Saxons to establish the centre of their village.
A January goose count on the south west Lancs moss lands by Tony Duckels revealed 2, 100 pink feet in the Formby, Altcar, Little Crosby area.