Our Story Begins
Highland Titles starts selling souvenir plots of land from the family farm at Tulloch.
The Highland Titles Nature Reserve is launched
In late 2006 Highland Titles purchased 220 acres of land at Duror, near Glencoe. This land is now known as The Highland Titles Nature Reserve, an official 4* tourist attraction and according to Trip Advisor, the most popular nature reserve in Scotland!
We Started Planting Trees!
Reintroducing native trees to the Nature Reserve is an aim of Highland Titles, progress started in 2007.
A Year of Firsts!
We started work on the first Lochan, planting trees and we gave our first Guided Tours in August 2013.
Developing Highland Titles
Highland Titles built our first Reception Cabin at Duror and started Buggy Guided Tours.
Highland Titles buys 180 acres of land roughly 10 miles West of Invergarry called Mountainview. With advice from the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, we’re attempting to make this area a haven for bumblebees.
Sited Our First Honeybee Hives
Our work with the Bumblebee Conservation Trust saw the first of our hives launched at Mountainview Nature Reserve.
More Development at Duror
We built our first Wildcat enclosure and added a new Reception area with a small shop for visitors.
A Special Visit..
National Geographic visited our Nature Reserve(!) and our Forever Home for Injured Hedgehogs was built.
Started Creating The Cycle Path
Always wanting to give back to the local community, the introduction of a cycle path through the reserve was a welcome one to give back to the area.
Hedgehog Hospital Built
Further developing on our Forever Home for Injured Hedgehogs, we built a Hedgehog Hospital to offer a rehabilitation centre for these stunning residents of the reserve.
The Kilnaish Estate
Later in 2021, we bought the Kilnaish Estate, which is 300 acres of land near Tarbert on the West Coast. As well as being a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), this land offers superb views off Scotland’s West Coast towards the Isle of Gigha.
Glen Nant – A National Nature Reserve!
Highland Titles purchases 130 acres of the Glen Nant: a National Nature Reserve, known as Scotland’s rainforest. This nature reserve is managed in conjunction with Nature Scot, Scotland’s national nature agency. It is a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. We do not sell plots of land from this Nature Reserve.
Giving Back To The Forest
We began started felling the non-native Sitka Spruce to replace with native trees to Scotland to replenish the land and wildlife at the Nature Reserves.
We were absolutely delighted to announce that on Monday 28th March 2022, Highland Titles achieved a new Guinness® World Record for the world’s biggest bug/insect hotel, at 199.9 m³, meaning that Highland Titles is “Officially Amazing®”.
From strength to strength
2023 is a year of projects. As well as improving access to our Kilnaish Nature Reserve, we supported the Great Yellow Bumblebee through our collaborative ‘On the verge’ initiative and restocked Loch Fois with brown trout.