Kincorth Hill

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Kincorth Hill: Roe deer and foxes are regularly seen on the reserve. Smaller mammals such as rabbits, shrews and voles are also present and a large variety of birds. Butterflies are regularly seen including meadow brown, red admiral and painted lady.

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Popularity rank: #4269
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Aberdeen, Kincardineshire, Aberdeenshire, Grampian, Scotland, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Kincorth Hill Lnr, Kincorth Hill Local Nature Reserve, Loirston Country Park, Lochinch Farm, Loirston Loch

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Loirston Loch

There are pleasant walks alongside Loirston Loch where there are also bird hides overlooking the loch. In winter you may be lucky to see large flocks of ducks and geese on the water, and during the summer the lochside vegetation is alive with small birds and insects.

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Phone: +44 1224 897400
Email: lochinch@arts-rec.aberdeen.net.uk
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