Forsinard Flows

Forsinard Flows

Forsinard Flows
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Latest blog posts
  • Trail Update

    Dubh Lochan Trail (OPEN) – This is the original flagstone trail found south of the railway crossing and the cattle grid. It will take you up to the Dubh Lochan pool system. Please be aware that the surface is uneven and can flood during poor weather...
  • Dance of the Adder

    For those who don't live in Caithness or Sutherland this was an article published in the John O Groats Journal. I have only once been lucky enough to see an adder ( Vipera berus ) . Whilst I was delighted, a friend who was with me didn’t...
  • Trails Closed!

    Please be aware that both the Forsinain and Dubh Lochan Trails at Forsinard are currently CLOSED . As a result of the storms earlier in January, we have had a large number of fallen and hung-up trees across the Forsinain Trail, which we have had to...
  • Exploring the past!

    Jill Harden, the RSPB’s Scottish reserves archaeologist, has recently traveled north to Caithness & Sutherland to explore the peatland’s rich historic environment and to visit some of the interesting sites on our Forsinard Flows reserve...
  • The Red Deer Rut at Forsinard

    We have a good population of Red Deer at Forsinard Flows, the staff here are lucky enough to see them nearly every day (occasionally they wander through the office garden!). The red deer rut is one of Scotland’s classic wildlife spectacles. To hear...
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