Want to learn more about the Loch of Kinnordy’s past?
Did you know the Loch of Kinnordy had a crannog?
Would you like to know more about local wildlife and history?
Why not come along to discover more about your local nature reserve, RSPB Loch of Kinnordy, on Sunday, April 10 between 2 pm and 4 pm?
Join your local warden and volunteers on a guided walk of the reserve as they reveal the history of the loch and some of the ways people have influenced the loch as you see it today.
Enjoy a spring afternoon with a leisurely walk around the reserve learning about the loch’s history and witness a variety of wildlife the reserve has to offer.
Have your chance to see spring visitors such as black-headed gulls, lapwings and oystercatchers as well as watching mallard and mute swans pairs during the breeding season.
“The reserve is such a beautiful place,” said local volunteer Kim Ross.
“The walk round is so relaxing and it is so amazing to see the variety of wildlife the reserve has to offer right on our doorstep. “