Bankhead Moss is a small raised bog, an uncommon habitat in this part of Scotland. There is an area of woodland and wetland with pools and scrapes where curlew, snipe and lapwing may be spotted. The bog provides ideal conditions for specialised plants including cottongrass and sundews.
- Bog flowers such as sundew
- Wetland and woodland birds
Best time to visit?
- May – Jul for bog plants
- Winter for wildfowl
There is a boardwalk leading to a hide.
For more local reserve information, visit the Fife Members’ Centre website.