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learning to respect fire

Camping just isn't the same if you don't have a camp fire, however there are still people who still insist on building huge bonfires and leaving a mess which spoils the countryside and is usually cleared up by Rangers! As part of the summer programme at the Greenock Cut Visitor...
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Dragons of the Cut

  Come and learn more about the hidden world of reptiles around the Greenock Cut Nature Trail. A talk about Scottish reptiles and the reptile study that is taking place will be given,  followed by a walk around...
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Muirshiel Visitor Centre to Reopen

Update to update to the previous post Muirshiel Visitor Centre is to open for the weekend on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th July.  The recent rains have refilled the water tank however due to a staffing shortage the Visitor centre...
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Greenock Cut Visitor Centre to Reopen

We are pleased to announce that Greenock Cut Visitor Centre is to reopen on Tuesday 15th July. The issue with the water supply has been resolved and we look forward to welcoming visitors back to the...
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Greenock Cut Visitor Centre Closed

Greenock Cut Visitor Centre will be closed on Saturday 12th July and Sunday 13th July due to a water shortage. We hope the predicted rainfall on Saturday will replenish the water tanks and we will review the situation on Monday. The trails...
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Clyde Muirshiel Staff Baton Bearers Ready to Run!

Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park is fortunate enough to be supporting 4 of our staff members as they participate in the Queen’s Baton Relay as it passes through Renfrewshire on Thursday 17 July. They are Willie McLeod of Elderslie,...
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Xchange Scotland Volunteers Arrive!

A very warm welcome to this year's volunteer group from Xchange Scotland. This is an international volunteer programme where representatives from all over the world come to do some work in the Park and experience the best of what Scotland...
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Race 2 the games – Sailing Success for All!

A very memorable day was had on the River Clyde yesterday for everyone involved in Race 2 the Games - an accessible sailing boat race for people with additional support needs organised by Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park.  This event is part of the Year of Homecoming Scotland 2014 celebrations...
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Moth patterns

Some attractively patterned moths were seen at the Mercury lamp a few nights ago.  The beautiful golden Y and the knot grass that are both found in woodland or gardens.  The beautiful golden Y takes its name from the markings on it's wings that look a bit like the...
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The kids learn how to make the bed

Badgers spend alot of time collecting clean bedding and here both Mum and Dad can bee seen collecting the bedding whilst the cubs watch on before trying...