RSPB Nature Reserve in Scotland uses Nidagravel gravel grids for new visitor pathways

By Nidagravel UK in Landscaping Thursday, October 20, 2022

The Crook of Baldoon RSPB Nature Reserve has recently used a large quantity of Nidagravel 130 gravel stabilisation grids to surface a number of new pathways and viewing areas within the RSPB nature reserve, providing visitors to the reserve with much better access to view the wildlife. Nidagravel grids were chosen by the RSPB Crook of Baldoon as a cost-effective surfacing option that would enable all visitors access, including wheelchair users to the whole nature reserve and the newly constructed viewing platforms and huts. The gravel stabilisation system also needed to be simple for the team of volunteers to install, making Nidagravel 130 was the ideal solution. This was a large project for the nature reserve involving several kilometres of Nidagravel pathways and associated landscaping works including excavations and bank reinforcement - we think the RSPB team has done an excellent job! Well done to the hard-working volunteers on this project!

Paul Tarling, RSPB Warden in charge of the project was delighted with the Nidagravel pathways and commented that the system allowed for quick and efficient path creation.

The RSPB Crook of Baldoon nature reserve is located in a lovely spot in Wigtown Bay and provides a breeding habitat for lapwing and redshank, Shelduck and Golden Plovers along with a wide range of other wildlife.

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Crook of Baldoon