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Baron's Haugh RSPB Clyde

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Site Details

A hidden RSPB reserve, tucked away on the outskirts of Motherwell. The reserve covers over 100 hectares and takes in areas of wetland, woodland, as well as a section of the River Clyde. You can find a wide range of both breeding birds and winter visitors.


Baron's Haugh RSPB

Manse Road, Motherwell, ML1 2PZ

Contact Details

Telephone: 0141 331 0993


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From Junction 6 of the M74, take the road to Motherwell. Bear right at the next traffic lights sign posted to Wishaw. Turn right at the third mini-roundabout, and follow the road to the junction, turn left then immediately right to enter the reserve.


Free entry.

Opening Times

Reserve open at all times.


Car park, nature trails, and four hides.

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