|Accommodation in Scotland|
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Loch of Kinnordy, Montrose Basin wildlife reserve, further links and recommended reading.
|Argyll & Bute|
including Kintyre, the isle of Sanda (pictured) and north to Oban and Bridge of Orchy. For Mull, Islay, Colonsay etc see Western Isles..
The Isle of Arran has great birding without the crowds.Browse this sectopn for futher details and other birding areas....
The border region has many excellent birding sites including The Hirsel -one of the few sites that you can see Hawfinch in Scotland.
|Badenoch & Strathspey|
Without doubt one of the best birding locations in the UK. With careful planning it is quite possible to see all the special birds of this area in a weekend. Crested tit, Scottish Crossbill, Ptarmingan, Slavonian grebe.......
An excellent seawatching hide exists at Fife Ness operated by the Fife bird club.Click this section for this site and others...
Top birding destinations in the Highlands of Scotland including Loch Ruthven for slavonian grebe and the spectacular Findhorn Valley, 'Valley of raptors'.....
Fabulous birding destinations such as Lewis and Harris hold breeding populations of some of the rarest UK birds. Visit the moorlands of Lewis for merlin, great and arctic skua or the shallow lochs for divers or perhaps the rare red-necked phalarope.....
In this issue we feature Arran (Scotland in miniature), Mull and the Treshnish Isles and Islay. More sites will be added to this section.
|Perth and Kinross|
Ospreys at Loch of Lowes, Geese and wildfowl at Loch Leven, Perthshire offers wonderful year round birding.
|Firth of Forth & Bass Rock|
The sensational Bass rock in the Firth of Forth is a 'not to be missed' location, with the Scottish seabird centre and Aberlady Bay part of the memorable experience.
|Dumfries and Galloway|
From the WWT reserve of Caerlavarock in the East to the Mull of Galloway in the west, Dumfries and Galloway is simply superb -great birding without the crowds.
Fetlar remains the only regular breeding site for one of Britain's rarest birds - the beautiful Red-necked Phalarope.