Wood of Cree Nature Reserve

Managed by the RSPB, this nature reserve covers over 1,000 acres of protected land. In the dense oak wood forest live around 113 individual species of bird, including the elusive Willow Tit, with other species arriving through the seasons. It’s also one of the best places in the country to find the native Scottish bluebell flower.

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