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Wood Warbler in Scotland... (1 Viewer)


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I'm going to be travelling through Aviemore and Assynt over the coming weeks, and wondered if anyone had any good spots for observing / hearing Wood Warbler ?

I believe the woods near Loch An Eilein can be good, any other spots much appreciated.

Craigellachie NNR in Aviemore is good. KIlliecrankie NTS just off the A9 is excellent, with birds often at eye-level. As you head west, the valleys southwest of Inverness - Cannich, Strathfarrar and Affric all hold wood warblers
If you pass by Loch Lomond on the way there or back then Inversnaid is a good place for them too. Pied flycatchers and tree pipits there too.
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