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Explore the Bay with our downloadable guides and resources

Discover the wildlife, geography and history of Morecambe Bay through our booklets and guides. Why not download the Birds of the Bay leaflet for your next trip to Morecambe Bay or travel the Bay by train with our window gazing guide? Younger explorers can dive into our activity pack and immerse themselves in nature.

To uncover the 'seldom seen' assets of Morecambe Bay, our beautifully illustrated maps chart hidden and unusual spots around the Bay.

Leaflets, guides and apps

Our range of booklets, guides, apps and maps will help you explore Morecambe Bay's wildlife, geography and history.

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Family Discovery Pack

Our free pack is full of ideas for activities and adventures around the Bay. Go on a mini beast hunt, go wild in the woods or try some cloud spotting.

Download our Family Activity Pack full of fun ideas
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Spot the Birds of the Bay with our downloadable guide

Do you know your lapwing from your sanderling? Morecambe Bay's saltmarshes, sands and mudflats feed up to a quarter of a million birds, ducks and geese each year. Why not try your hand at identifying them with this guide?

Birds of the Bay leaflet
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Explore the Bay by train on the Furness Line

Linking Lancaster and Barrow by train, the Furness Line travels around the Bay taking in historic sites, nature reserves and dramatic seascapes. Board the train, sit back and enjoy some of the most beautiful coastline in Britain.

Discover the Furness Line with our window gazing guide here
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Try the Heysham Head app

Enjoy a walking audio tour which reveals the secrets, stories, histories and nature of the National Trust’s Heysham Coast site, set against stunning views over Morecambe Bay in north-west England.

Heysham Head App
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Uncover the fascinating history of Jenny Brown's Point

One of Morecambe Bay’s beauty spots takes the name of Jenny Brown. Find out what the famous chimney may have been used for and who Jenny Brown might have been!

Jenny Brown's Point: A Short History
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Warton Crag

As the highest point in the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), Warton Crag offers stunning long-distance views across Morecambe Bay. The limestone cliffs are home to wildflowers and rare butterflies, and it also has a fascinating ancient history.

Warton Crag: Heritage on the Hilltop
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Want to reduce the environmental impact of your outdoor events?

Do you run events in the great outdoors? Would you like useful advice, tips, information and guidance on how to reduce the environmental impact of your event? We've worked with the outdoor event industry to create a resource that will help outdoor events become more environmentally responsible.

Access the resource here
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'Seldom Seen' Morecambe Bay

Our 'Seldom Seen' maps are available from a number of retailers around the Bay. There are five maps in total available individually, or as a boxed set. The following retailers stock our maps but please check with each retailer on stock and availability: Striding Edge; Carnforth Bookshop and The Coast Office, Arnside.

Click here to purchase from a local business
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Explore the fascinating history of Barrow, from shipbuilding and military engineering to it's crucial defence role in the First and Second World Wars.

Discover Barrow's military history here
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Visit our 'Love My Beach' resources

Do you care about keeping the Bay's beaches and water clean? Free of pollution, litter and plastic? Discover a suite of leaflets, posters and guides designed to help us all make better choices that will protect our water and the Bay's beaches. Our resources are suitable for the classroom or your business.

Explore 'Love My Beach' resources