Duddingston Loch

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Bawsinch and Duddingston Loch is a haven for wildlife in the heart of Edinburgh. Most of the reserve is a SSSI designated for its loch and associated fringing aquatic vegetation. It is the only remaining natural freshwater loch in the City of Edinburgh and supports the largest reedbed in the city. On the southeast and west edges, there is a band of marshland with reedbeds and willow and poplar woodland, which supports breeding waterfowl and nesting herons. The woodland in the south-east of the

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Bawsinch And Duddingston, Bawsinch Loch

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The reserve lies 3 km from the centre of Edinburgh, at the southern end of Holyrood Park. South of Duddingston Village.

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