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The combination of local and introduced species that have grown up on and visit the Claypits over the past six decades, reflects its mostly unplanned nature. The Claypits provides wildlife watching opportunities for locals and visitors from across the city and beyond.
Despite being Glasgow’s smallest LNR at 25 acres, it has a rich variety of ecosystems, including: flower rich meadow; mixed deciduous woodland formed from oak, hazel and honeysuckle; willow carr made up of grey willow and goat willow; reed swamp; and a pond.
|06/03/2021||Greater Spotted Woodpecker||Ellesmere St. Gateway|
|24/04/2021||Red Kite||Westercommon Road|