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We needed a place to walk our dogs, this place is gorgeous, what a brilliant idea, dogs should be under full control as it is what it says a nature reserve! However the dogs loved the walk and so did we and it is a...More
What a lovely little find. A great use of an abandoned quarry, this nature reserve has been created and is maintained by volunteers. It has a couple of small ponds, marshland and a path around all of it. There are several beautifully-maintained blinds positioned right...More
had a walk for the first time down to the nature reserve lovely and peacefull good paths and signs about all the different birds etc the lark pond or lake wass very still great place foe a pinic cannot wait to go back down there
For all the times have visited Moffat have never visited the reserve. It is signposted on the road into the town off the M74 but we came upon it walking the Annandale Way. Great walks and lots of places to sit for picnics. A lot...More
I thought this place was a great little find. It's a small but perfectly formed reserve.
The variety of habitats is spot on. There's a good sized lake, a marsh/reed bed area, and a pond with a scrape.
The attention to detail is lovely. There...More