I was surprised by the number of small patches of the Somerset Levels are owned by conservation bodies. One of these small patches is the Somerset Wildlife Trust reserve of Burtle Moor.
This is just a few fields, and to be honest there was not much to see apart from a few cows.
I am not sure if this pair are friends?
The reserve is important for waders in winter and wild flowers in spring. So to protect these the reserve is only open to the public from August to October. There are no public footpaths across the reserve so I stayed on Green Drove which is pretty much the only way to get there.
The ditches are home to some dragonflies, but I did not see any today. Just a swan who quickly paddled away.