Loch of Strathbeg

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Loch of Strathbeg: Britain's largest dune loch is a joy to visit any time of year. In winter, thousands of wild geese, swans and ducks fly in, including 20 per cent of the world's population of pink-footed geese. During spring and summer, you can see gulls, terns and wading birds raising their young, and you may catch a glimpse of an otter. Also panoramic views.

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Car

From A90 in the village of Crimond, take the turn beside Kirk, following the brown tourist sign to nature reserve. At the T-junction at the end of the road, turn left. After approximately 500 m, turn right at reserve entrance sign onto the entrance track and follow the track to the car park.

Bus

Nearest bus stop is in Crimond village. In the village, walk towards the church. Beside the church is a small road with a brown nature reserve sign.

Admission

Opening times:
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08:00 - 18:0008:00 - 18:0008:00 - 18:0008:00 - 18:0008:00 - 18:0008:00 - 18:0008:00 - 18:00

Price:

Free

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