Low Hall (LNR) is located right next to Amberswood and, although smaller, is also a very important link in the Wigan Borough wildlife corridor. It has a mixture of woodland and wetland and is rich in wildlife and habitats.
The area is a haven for nesting birds in spring and summer including five RSPB red listed birds, as well as attracting large numbers of Damselflies and Dragonflies. The protected water vole is regularly recorded on site.
The reserve was developed 30 years ago under a reclamation scheme, which saw the area planted with a mix of both native and non-native tree species. The ease of access, proximity to housing and links with local rights of way provides a much valued community resource.