British Wildlife 05.1 October 1993

Reserve Focus – lnsh Marshes, Speyside

The Spey Valley is one of the most exciting places in Britain for the naturalist. At the heart of the best part of the valley, under the shadow of the Cairngorms, the RSPB runs an 844ha (2,200 acres) reserve of national and international importance: the Insh Marshes, comprising a mosaic of river-valley wetlands, woodlands and heathland.

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