Garnock Floods is a low-lying floodplain pasture with shallow pools and marshy areas. The reserve is grazed by cattle to keep the ground suitable for the waders that feed here in autumn and winter. A small hide overlooking the site offers good views of a large pond and the waterfowl it attracts.
- Wildfowl and waders
- Riverside walk
Best time to visit?
- Spring/autumn for passage migrants
- Winter for ducks
- All year for river life and birds
Garnock Floods is one of the Irvine Greenspaces.