|Dumbreck Marsh Local Nature Reserve Gavell Road, Kilsyth|
|Dumbreck Marsh Local Nature Reserve Website|
It is an ideal place for a gentle walk or for wildlife watching.
In the past it was covered with coke and coal waste and crossed with mineral railways lines. It is now home to grassland birds, including lapwing and skylarks, and the water rail.
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The Scottish Wildlife Trust Falls of Clyde and Visitor Centre is nestled in the Clyde Valley and is part of the Clyde Valley Woodlands National Nature Reserve.