The hide at Bemersyde Moss is closed until further notice due to the Government recommendations regarding Coronavirus Covid 19. The reserve remains open as usual.
This reserve near the River Tweed is a long, narrow strip of marsh, willow scrub and open water that is home to large numbers of wintering wildfowl, including teal, shoveler, goldeneye and wigeon.
- Breeding birds
- Wintering wildfowl
Best time to visit?
- Apr – Aug for breeding birds
- Oct – Mar for wintering wildfowl
- All year round for otters
A wheelchair accessible boardwalk leads to a bird hide where it is possible to spot otters.