The Oldhall Ponds reserve is a mosaic of willow carr, semi-mature planted woodland and tussocky grassland. The ponds have open water and emergent vegetation that is attractive to breeding and wintering ducks. Paths around the ponds provide opportunities for viewing waterfowl and other pond life.
- Water birds and pond life
- Common butterflies
- Woodland birds
Best time to visit?
- Summer for insects and birds
- Summer for dragonflies and damselflies
- Winter for waterfowl
Oldhall Ponds is one of the Irvine Greenspaces.