The Highland Titles Nature Reserve (also known as Glencoe Wood) at Keil Hill, Duror, comprises a variety of habitats. Our ongoing land conservation is helping to protect wildlife currently on estate as well as encouraging the introduction of new species in the area.
In 2013, we created a 3-acre lochan with the aim of attracting more bird life and in 2014 we installed beehives on the land to encourage more of these wonderful creatives to make a home on the estate. Our tree planting project has had the biggest impact on Glencoe Wood landscape, allowing for natural protection for the estate’s wildlife, as well as nourishment.
If you have reliably seen other species during your visit, please let us know what you saw, when you saw it and roughly where you saw it and we’ll aim to add it to our list, thank you.