Baron's Haugh

Baron's Haugh

Baron's Haugh
A real gem for wildlife and for visitors too. Spend time in one of the four hides, looking out at the ducks and swans on the haugh, or take a walk through the woods. If you’re lucky you may even see a kingfisher or an otter on the river.
Latest blog posts
  • Rotters and Longhorns

    Hi, my name is Kyle and I have recently started working with RSPB Glasgow as a social media volunteer. In the past few months, I’ve been creating Facebook and Twitter posts to help advertise various RSPB events going on throughout Glasgow and the...
  • Legs eleven!

    Since the last blog in July things have been hotting up on the haugh. The water level is now nice and low which means there is loads of wet mud, just waiting for lots of different kinds of birds to probe for juicy insects. August, September and October...
  • A new beginning in the old shire...

    Hello there everyone, my name is Paul Gunn and I’m the new assistant warden for Baron’s Haugh and Airds moss reserves. I come to the role having spent the last 3 years within the RSPB as Community Greenspace Officer for the ‘Giving Nature...
  • The Azores trail race 2017

    I put my best foot forward at the end of May, completing a 70km trail run in the Azores, fundraising as I went for Baron’s Haugh. The final tally fundraising – wise was £260 and thankfully I finished in one piece, just! However, our...
  • A purple patch wildlife - wise...

    Well, it’s been quite the place to be, Baron’s Haugh, if you’re a birder or interested in wildlife at all these past few weeks. We had the alpine swift a few weeks ago, and now we have not just one, but TWO great white egrets! They’ve...
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