Wildlife

Get up close to wildlife. Visit a nature reserve or join a guided tour to learn more about the nature and wildlife that live in Angus.

You can also view an online guide to your year round wildlife viewing in Angus.

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Montrose Basin
A virtually enclosed tidal basin comprising the estuary of the South Esk River which flows out to the North Sea south of Montrose.
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Balgavies Loch
A wetland area in central Angus.
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Murton Farm & Nature Reserve
A tearoom and nature reserve just east of Forfar.
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Glenesk Wildlife
These wildlife tours are part Land Rover safari, part wildlife walk.
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Redwings Mountains
Redwings is the UK’s largest horse sanctuary including Redwings Mountains, near Forfar.
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Forfar Loch Country Park
Enjoy the play park, skate park and a circular walk around the Forfar Loch.
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Brechin Castle Centre
Picturesque country park offering a fresh and pleasant environment.
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Balkello Hill & Community Woodland
Balkello Hill lies about five miles north of Dundee.
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Corrie Fee Nature Reserve
Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve is a dramatic ampitheatre cut from the earth by a glacier.
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Arbroath Angling
Runs a wide variety of excursions including sea angling, trips to see the Bell Rock lighthouse.
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Crombie Country Park
Enjoy a walk around the woodland trail, take a look at the bird hides and enjoy geocaching and angling.
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Glen Doll Ranger Centre
A Visitor Information Centre with wildlife, botanical and landscape .
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Montrose Basin Visitor Centre
A visitor centre located within a bird haven, in the heart of Angus on the edge of a tidal estuary.
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Monikie Country Park
Beautiful woodland and parkland with a variety of things to see and do.
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Loch Of Kinnordy
The loch is a nature reserve run by the RSPB, open daily from dawn to dusk.