moss land


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moss land

[′mȯs ‚land]
(ecology)
An area which contains abundant moss but is not wet enough to be a bog.
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AS a child, the limits of my world of wildlife were confined to the range of my push bike across the moss lands behind Formby.
Delegates to the event, at Formby Hall Golf Club, will hear talks on a wide range of topics, including the shore and moss lands in prehistoric times, the origins of Britain's first lifeboat service at Formby, human influence on the Sefton dune landscape, fishing and farming.
Still very much a winter experience, a count of grey geese on the south west Lancs moss lands between Altcar and Little Crosby revealed 3,500 pink feet at least.