Moorland is a wonderfully diverse and complex habitat, made up of so much more than just heather. Pupils from Hornby St Margaret's CE Primary School, Bowland, had the chance to really get to grips with this on a Skydancer moorland visit and explore the variety of plants and mosses hiding between gaps in the heather. Plants uncovered included crowberry, bilberry, grasses, rushes, cottongrass, and mosses of all shapes and sizes.