Our star species are some of the most interesting birds you may see on your visit to the reserve.
Curlews are large, brown wading birds with very long, curved bills. In spring, you can hear their gorgeous, 'bubbling' song.
In their breeding plumage, golden plovers look very smart with black undersides and spangled golden backs.
Keep an eye out for a commotion among birds - a peregrine may be making a fly past. They are a regular sight overhead when a pair is nesting in the area.
You can see ravens' plummeting display flights from late winter, through the spring and hear their gruff, ringing 'kronk' calls throughout the year here.
Listen out for sharp 'go back, go back' of the red grouse, or watch them flying across the heather.