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Insh Marshes is the largest and best example of a naturally-acting floodplain in the UK. Numerous designations, both national and international, attest to its importance for wildlife. Although best known for its birds, particularly breeding waders and wintering whooper swans, it is also important for a range of other wildlife including insects and plants. Pete Moore, who worked as the Warden of the site for 21 years will explain the importance of the site, look at some of its key wildlife and give an insight into how the site is managed.