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List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Berwickshire and Roxburgh

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List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Berwickshire and Roxburgh

The following is a list of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in the Berwickshire and Roxburgh Area of Search. For other areas, see List of SSSIs by Area of Search.

  • Abbey St Bathans Woodlands
  • Adderstonlee Moss
  • Alemoor West Loch and Meadow
  • Allan Water Hillhead
  • Ashkirk Loch
  • Berwickshire Coast (Intertidal)
  • Branxholme Easter Loch
  • Branxholme Wester Loch
  • Buckstruther Moss
  • Burnmouth Coast
  • Catshawhill
  • Coldingham Common, Long Moss
  • Coldingham Loch
  • Cragbank and Wolfehopelee Woods
  • Crook Burn Dyeshaugh
  • Din Moss and Hoselaw Loch
  • Drone Moss
  • Foulden Burn
  • Gordon Moss
  • Greenlaw Moor
  • Hareheugh Craigs
  • Hummelknowes Moss
  • Jedwater Woodlands
  • Kershope Bridge
  • Kielderhead Moors : Carter Fell to Peel Fell
  • Kingside Loch
  • Kippilaw Moss
  • Kirkton Burn Meadow
  • Lammer Law
  • Langholm - Newcastleton Hills
  • Langton Lees Cleugh
  • Lennel, Charley's Brae
  • Lintmill Railway Cutting
  • Long Moss - Drinkstone Hill
  • Longnewton Cutting
  • Lurgie Loch
  • Lynnwood - Whitlaw Wood, Slitrig
  • Makerstoun - Corbie Craigs to Trows' Craigs
  • Minto Craigs
  • Old Cambus Quarry
  • Oxendean Burn
  • Palmers Hill Railway Cutting
  • Pease Bay Coast
  • Pease Bridge Glen
  • Redden Bank Lime Works
  • River Tweed
  • Siccar Point
  • Slaidhills Moss
  • St Abbs Head to Fast Castle Head
  • The Hirsel
  • Whiteadder Water
  • Whitlaw Bank to Hardies Hill
  • Woodhead Moss
  • Yetholm Loch
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