Loch Na Muilne

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Loch Na Muilne: Loch na Muilne is a fantastic place to see a variety of breeding birds. During spring and summer, its most special inhabitants are red-necked phalaropes - tiny wading birds which feed by swimming on the loch in search of insects. Unusually, the female is more colourful than the male and performs most of the courtship rituals.

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Take the A858 to Arnol and park near the Arnol blackhouse with due consideration for residents and other visitors. The nature reserve is accesssed by heading past the blackhouse and turning right. The nature reserve lies through a gate after a walk of some 800 m.

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Free

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Phone: +44 1851 703296

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