It's a shame because it's a pleasant place to visit. Once over the burn and marshland the path turns uphill.

Time: 2-3 hours.Difficulty: Easy          Terrain: Good footpaths throughout. The reserve is primarily made up of different wetland habitats - open water, wet grassland and muddy edges and pools.

be gathered by members of Lanarkshire RSPB group and other visitors to the Useful links Click here to visit the SOC Clyde Branch page. Latest rare bird sightings, images, links and useful contact details for Haugh of Blackgrange. A member of our team will review your photograph for suitability and will credit the image to you (unless you request otherwise). All Rights Reserved. ML1 1AB, e: info@visitlanarkshire.com Barons Haugh is 107 ha and has no designations. On the journey home, 5 of the group managed to visit Bingham’s Pond, although no extra species were seen.

The club moved to the ground in 1895, having previously played at Dalziel Park. Reserve description . 0.03 miles, Fir Park has been Motherwell’s home for over 100 years. The causeway hide is probably the best place to see this spectacle and whilst you're watching the lapwing you might get lucky and see a water rail scuttle past in front of the hide. Following the floods this winter, watch how one area is using nature as a natural protector.

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baronshaugh@rspb.org.uk. Catch up with the RSPB’s own nature detectives on the case as they look to save some very special places. Baron's Haugh is an important community nature reserve in Motherwell and is a real gem for wildlife and for visitors too. Gadwalls are attractive, subtly-marked ducks which feed on the surface of the water. After a short distance turn left again to join footpath by the banks of the River Clyde and follow for about one mile. Access details .

Baron's Haugh is an important community nature reserve in Motherwell and is a real gem for wildlife and for visitors too. At the top of the steps turn left and continue straight on for Dalzell House. Motherwell Since I had missed out on the Nuthatches at my last visit to Baron’s Haugh, I went back there after my visit to Inversnaid. If you would like to suggest a photo then please email a copy to contact@birdguides.com along with the website address for this page. This fantastic wetland site is located north of Southport town centre and has some of the best wildlife in the region. Gerry McAuley, RSPB Scotland Area Reserve Manager, said: “Baron’s Haugh is extremely popular with walkers and nature lovers, and we’re keen to make it as accessible to the public as possible. Sat nav POI file: If you have a satellite navigation system that can accept POI files, please see our POI page for a download link and instructions. Baron's Haugh is an important community nature reserve in Motherwell and is a real gem for wildlife and for visitors too. Lovely nature reserve with 4 bird hides around the haugh itself, views of the Clyde, and a variety of habitat from grassland to woodland. This information and photographs will normally be gathered by members of Lanarkshire RSPB group and other visitors to the Haugh. On Saturday 9th November, 10 members went to the RSPB reserve at Baron’s Haugh near Motherwell. The reserve can be accessed by foot and bike from a number of different points around Dalzell Estate. Managed by North Lanarkshire Council and RSPB Scotland , it boasts a stunning designed landscape including fascinating historical features, while the woodlands and wetlands are home to an amazing array of birds and other wildlife. The. Close to the heart of Motherwell, yet a world apart, Dalzell Estate & Baron's Haugh is the perfect place to enjoy nature and history side by side.