Yetholm Loch, on the edge of the Cheviots, is an important area for breeding and wintering wildfowl. At the southern end of the loch is a wetland habitat of willow carr, fen and swamp that attracts birds such as reed bunting, snipe and curlew. Nationally and locally rare plants grow in this area.
- Breeding birds
- Wintering wildfowl
Best time to visit?
- Mar to Jun for breeding birds
- Jun and Jul for wildflowers
A path leads to a hide for viewing birdlife and spotting otters.