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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LOTTIE MOSS landed her first Vogue Paris cover earlier this year just weeks after attending the Topshop Unique Autumn/Winter 2016 show and sitting alongside fellow cover star, Lucky Blue Smith.
Edwin Tuer sent out his first winner for more than a year when Arctic Moss landed the bumper, although he was not on hand to see the win as he is on holiday in Tobago.
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.
nTim Easterby has had a relatively quiet spell of late, but was back in the winner's enclosure courtesy of a stable favourite when Marton Moss landed the seven-furlong handicap.
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.
Gamekeepers are also being urged to shoot grey squirrels on sight in private woodland areas like traditional pheasant hunting grounds on Formby's moss lands.