Loch Lomond Wildlife Watching
Watch some of Britain’s rarest birds without even having to take a car from the site.
Our location, astride the Highland Fault Line means that birdwatchers and naturalists can walk to a wide variety of Loch Lomond wildlife habitats, within minutes of our lodges.
The River Endrick flows into Loch Lomond through the water-meadows that borders our grounds. this is a highly protected, class one nature reserve and the meadows are home to ospreys, deer and otters to name but a few.
The islands of Loch Lomond nature reserve can be reached by boat and are the home to capercaillies and even wallabies!
Ospreys can often be seen fishing from our beach and the local woodlands and forests are the haunt of a family of rare white deer. Cross over the fault line and golden eagles, red kites. pine martens and wild cats have all been seen in the area.
Local rangers are always to hand to offer advice and personal walking and nature guides are ready to help you find the most exciting birds and animals.
The Argaty Red Kite Centre is also just a short drive away.