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Bowes Moor

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Area  4,458 kmĀ²
Notification  1989
Area of search  County Durham
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Bowes Moor is a Site of Special Scientific Interest in the Teesdale district in south-west County Durham, England. It is an extensive area of moorland, most of it covered by blanket bog, which supports significant breeding populations of a number of wading birds.

Map of Bowes Moor, Barnard Castle, UK

The Pennine Way National Trail passes through the area, as does the A66 road which crosses Bowes Moor using the Stainmore Gap between Bowes and Stainmore.

References

Bowes Moor Wikipedia


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