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Taynish

  • Nature Centres & Reserves
  • Lochgilphead
  • Argyll & The Isles

Taynish is an ancient deciduous woodland and is one of the largest in Britain.

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The oak woodlands of Taynish are interspersed with grassland, heath, salt marsh and shoreline to give a variety of wildlife. Admire the springtime carpet of wildflowers or search out evidence left by a secretive otter as it slips through the wood.

On a June day the woodland edge gives visitors a good chance of seeing the delicate dance of the rare marsh fritillary or the metallic flash of a passing dragonfly.

There is a small car park, which can accommodate ten cars, and cycle rack at the south end of the reserve track.
 

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The oak woodlands of Taynish are interspersed with grassland, heath, salt marsh and shoreline to give a variety of wildlife. Admire the springtime carpet of wildflowers or search out evidence left by a secretive otter as it slips through the wood.

On a June day the woodland edge gives visitors a good chance of seeing the delicate dance of the rare marsh fritillary or the metallic flash of a passing dragonfly.

There is a small car park, which can accommodate ten cars, and cycle rack at the south end of the reserve track.
 

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