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A rare Red Squirrel

A rare Red Squirrel

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We are lucky to only have red squirrels around Nethy Bridge and you might be lucky enough to spot one as you walk through any local forest, BUT you will have to be quiet. This photograph shows how inquisitive they are, but they are also very timid and will scamper away at an incredible speed if you alarm them.
There are several squirrel feeding stations around here which may be the best way to see a squirrel, and there is a web cam watching them 24/7 in the Explore Abernethy room in the Village Hall.

Stunning local scenery and geology on Bynack More

Here are the Barns of Bynack in the Cairngorms National Park

Distant Loch Avon from "The Barns"

The Barns of Bynack are a series of highly weathered and glaciated rocks on the south side of the summit of Bynack More. From here there is a wonderful panoramic view of the other munro tops in the area, which together form the largest area of upland scenery in Britain. One of the 1000 things you must see before you die? We reckon so!

It’s possible to see- in the far the distance – a view of Loch Avon – (pronounced A’an) which lies in a glaciated valley in the very middle of the mountains – and is the place where the River Avon rises and flows to the north-east through the area famous as the whisky distilling region.

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