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Kintail

Kintail and West Affric is home to an array of bird species, ranging from House Martins nesting on our own homes to Ptarmigan which are able to survive on our mounatin tops, and perhaps the hardiest bird of them all, the Dipper, which dips in and out of our literally freezing rivers.

This video shows some of the species the Trust rangers were able capture on film.

Donate today: TEXT KWAF93 and your gift amount to 70070 (You can give £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 and £10 e.g. ‘KWAF93 £10 to 70070). All donations go towards the Trust’s work at KintailWest Affric and the Falls of Glomach.

The music for several of the Kintail and West Affric videos has been provided by Sgoil Chiùil na Gàidhealtachd (The National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music) located at Plockton High School. The music school is for secondary school aged students, and provides a centre for talented young traditional musicians from across Scotland to develop their skills to the full.  You can help support the school and the young musicians helping to keep Scotland’s rich heritage of traditional music alive: visit www.musicplockton.org/ for more information.

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  • Kintail Ranger Office: all year daily
  • Estate: all year daily


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