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1 Dec 2020

Wildlife spotter’s guide: Glencoe

A close-up of the head of a red deer stag. It is looking directly at the camera. It has large furry ears, with smooth antlers rising above. Its dark fur beneath its paler face is quite shaggy.
Red deer
A walk in Glencoe never disappoints. Surrounded by some of Scotland’s most-loved scenery, wildlife treats abound for those who tread quietly and carefully.

Glencoe is a National Nature Reserve, recognised for its rare habitats and the quality of the conservation work our ranger team do here to balance the needs of wildlife and the many people who visit here every year.

Click on the pictures below for a little more information on some of the species you may be lucky enough to see on your visit.