A shingle beach near Port William in Scotland. Noted by the Society as having special geological features and as a locality for many scarce plants. Now part of the Luce Bay and Sands Special Area of Conservation (SAC), the site has been recognised for its important sand dune habitats. It is home to protected great crested newts and supports a number of fisheries. Managed by Solway Firth Partnership, alongside Scottish Natural Heritage and local landowners.
(Above) the original SPNR survey documents for Port William Beach