Improving access, interpretation and habitats at the Kenmure Holms Nature Reserve. This discrete site forms part of the broader ‘Ken-Dee Marshes’ nature reserve but has not benefitted from the attention, improvements and high profile of the southerly site near Balmaghie. The site does benefit from a location on the edge of New Galloway and therefore a strong public interest in access. The site is one of the few in Scotland to host the Willow Tit, and therefore requires sensitive access work to ensure that public access is managed and appropriate to this site.
Status: Match funding being sought