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Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve
Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve

Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve

This special reserve is one of the richest sites in Britain for arctic-alpine plants. The surrounding hills are excellent for ptarmigan and other mountain birds.

This special reserve at the head of Glen Clova is famous for its lime-loving plants. It is the second richest site in Britain for arctic-alpine flowers. Among its specialities are alpine sow-thistle and alpine catchfly. The surrounding hills are excellent for birds, with more ptarmigan to the hectare here than anywhere else in the world. Red grouse are also plentiful. Dotterel, golden plover and ring ouzels all breed nearby. Peregrine falcons, golden eagle and ravens are seen regularly. Path up through Glen Doll. ANGUSalive Ranger Service is based at the ranger base in Glen Doll. To book a guided walk please call 01575 550233. Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve is owned by Scottish Natural Heritage.

Contact and Information

SNH, West Lodge
Kirriemuir
DD8 5NP
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