Managing Coastal Invasives / Inner Clyde Reserve

RSPB Scotland is undertaking the removal of invasive species from various reserves including removal of tree mallow and elder, from Inchmickery, which is threatening valuable seabird habitat and reducing the spread of Japanese knotweed from the Inner Clyde Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSI) and installation of remote cameras to monitor the spread of the invasive species.

RSPB Scotland was awarded £3,760 for this work.  This grant round was made possible with funds from the Nature Restoration Fund (NRF). For more information about how to contribute to SMEEF contact

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