The third oldest Local Nature Reserve in Scotland and a site of Special Scientific Interest, Eden Estuary reserve is made up of rich inter-tidal mud and sand flats and is home to millions of tiny plants and animals.
Eden Estuary Local Nature Reserve is a rich and diverse landscape of mudflats, sandbanks and the largest remnants of Fife saltmarshes.
These habitats support thousands of migratory birds such as Plover, Shelduck and Godwits. In summer you might be lucky enough to spot an Osprey and see the seals basking on the sandbanks at the Out Head,
Eden Estuary is located just off the A91 Main Street in Guardbridge and parking and toilets are available at the Centre.