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Inchmickery

A small rocky island in the Firth of Forth, part of the Forth Islands Special Protection Area and home to a range of breeding seabirds including shag, eider and fulmar and a small population of puffins (less than 20 pairs). More...

Inchmickery

Inner Clyde

The RSPB has managed the Inner Clyde Nature Reserve for the benefit of wildlife since 1982, when the Dumbuck section of the reserve was purchased from the Crown Estate. Since then the reserve has increased in size as we strive to protect those areas along the River Clyde estuary that are the most important for birds and wildlife. More...

Inner Clyde

Insh Marshes

Insh Marshes National Nature Reserve is one of the most important wetlands in Europe. Enjoy a springtime stroll and look out for nesting lapwings, redshanks and curlews, or visit in the wintertime when the marsh floods. More...

Insh Marshes

Inversnaid

Inversnaid is on the east shore of Loch Lomond, where oak woodland rises steeply from the loch and gives way to open moorland with spectacular views. In the summer months you might see pied flycatchers here, as well as buzzards, while you should keep your eyes peeled for mammals, too. More...

Inversnaid

Isley Marsh

Isley Marsh is made up of saltmarsh and intertidal mudflats on the southern edge of the Taw Torridge estuary. It is an important haven in the busy estuary for undisturbed feeding and resting birds, especially the wintering flocks of ducks and waders. More...

Isley Marsh