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Insh Marshes


(Insh Marshes National Nature Reserve)

The Insh Marshes, which lie to the southwest of Loch Insh between Kingussie and Kincraig, and are bisected by the River Spey, comprise the most important area of natural floodplain wetland in Britain. Extending to 837 ha (2068 acres), the Insh Marshes were designated a National Nature Reserve in 2003.


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