Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve (SWT)
Falls of Clyde, New Lanark
This is a special reserve with ancient woodland and a gorge through which the River Clyde flows over a series of four spectacular waterfalls. In spring the wood is vibrant with the songs of warblers, tits and wrens; open glades are the haunt of badger, fox and roe deer. On the river otters, dippers and even kingfishers can be seen. Peregrine falcons, tawny owls, barn owls and sparrow hawks all breed here. Visitor centre with live CCTV link to a peregrine nest site during the breeding season. Programme of events including badger watching and guided walks to look at fungi, flowers and bats. A good network of paths.
Suggested donation £3.00