Nature: Aviemore to Elgin

Day 4: Forres to Elgin

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Findhorn Bay Local Nature Reserve

Findhorn Bay is an enclosed estuary giving shelter to wildlife and is an important habitat for migrant wildfowl and waders In summer it supports nesting osprey whilst in winter it supports large numbers of Iceland / Greenland pink footed geese

Loch Spynie

Loch Spynie is an important habitat for wetland flora and fauna. It is one of the few Scottish localities for alder swamp woodland Osprey fish here in the spring and summer when marsh harriers may also be seen The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds have provided a bird hide and feeders which can be reached from the carpark

Great Local Fun Activities

Check out some recommended activites

Great sandy beaches for walking and for taking a dip in the Moray Firth

Accommodation

GREAT ACCOMMODATION IDEAS!

The Carries

Super self catering static caravan on well maintained site. Right on a sandy beach and close to Lossiemouth.

Silversands Camping and Caravan Park.

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