Insh Marshes RSPB Reserve (Kingussie) Reviews
Description:Address: Kingussie / Highland / Scotland
Newest Review: ... here every year. There are three marked nature trails of between 1.25 and 2.8 miles in length. These trails meander through open woodland which in spring is carpeted in flowers. The trees are covered in lichen; the feathery strands give the trees a ghostly appearance and glow greyish green in the sunlight filtering through the leaves. The lichen is a sign of the purity of the air; any ... more
Customer Insh Marshes RSPB Reserve (Kingussie) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/06/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Insh Marshes is located within the Cairngorms National Park near Kingussie. The marshes are one of the most important wetlands in the whole of Europe, and the reserve is owned and managed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. The importance of the wetland was recognised in 2003 with the area being designated as a National Nature Reserve. The marshes are a low lying flood plain of the River Spey which bisects the area. The scenery here is spectacular; the marshes cover an area of over 1000 acres and, as a backdrop, the Cairngorms' snow capped peaks loom majestically over the river valley. The marshes flood in winter to a depth of around ... Read the complete review
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