Bemersyde Moss

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Bemersyde Moss is a long narrow strip of marsh and open water. a shallow depression formed at the end of the last Ice Age. The reserve is designated a SSSI and consists of areas of open water, willow scrub, reed and marsh vegetation. It also supports significant numbers of wintering wildfowl, however the previous breeding colony of Black-headed Gulls has almost disappeared.

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Follow the B6404 FROM St. Boswells, cross the Tweed and then take the second left turn to Maidenhall. Carry on north at Maidenhall and the car park is immediately after the sharp right turn

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