Possil Marsh has the shallow freshwater Possil Loch at its centre, surrounded by a ring of marsh, swamp and fen, with areas of wet willow woodland and grassland. It is an important staging-post during the spring and autumn migration for warblers and wildfowl.
The reserve lies adjacent to High Possil and Lambhill, bounded by the Forth and Clyde Canal. Take the A879 (Balmore Road) north from Glasgow. The entrance to the reserve is on the right, immediately after crossing the canal and just in front of the old Lambhill Stables building. There is unrestricted parking nearby.
Starting at the reserve sign, just off the main road, follow the canal tow path and then waymarkers onto the reserve.
Please keep dogs on leads during the bird breeding season (April to August).
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is a company limited by guarantee, registered in Scotland (registered number SC040247), having its registered office at