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Photo by Delia Todd
Looking east from the hide, overlooking the reed bed


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Notable Species

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Birds you can see here include:

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Other Wildlife

Deer. There is also a Terrapin that has taken up residence.

Site Information

Photo by Delia Todd
Balgavies Loch

History and Use

This loch once supported an Eel fishery.

Areas of Interest

There is a hide with information boards and leaflets.There is also a feeding station that gets a good selection of Birds in front of the hide including Great spotted Woodpecker and Yellowhammer. You can also do a circular walk around the loch.

Access and Facilities

Four miles east of Forfar on the Friockheim Road. There is a hide and a recently constructed circular footpath around the loch.

Grid Ref: NO 523 516

Contact Details

Scottish Wildlife Trust....Head office phone 0131 312 7765.

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