Scotland – Wildlife and Nature

For such a small country, few places in the world can offer such a rich and diverse natural environment as Scotland. The country has a great variety of coastline, rivers and lochs (lakes), including both sea and inland. The loch with the biggest volume of fresh water — and the one shrouded in mystery — is Loch Ness. And if your ideal vacation involves fishing, Scotland’s rivers offer a great opportunity for catching salmon and wild brown trout.
With its rolling landscapes there’s no shortage of vegetation, either. Scotland’s first national park is located in the Loch Lomond/Trossachs area, and encompasses around 720 miles of some of the finest scenery in Scotland. You may be fortunate enough
to observe all manner of creatures there, such as:

• Red squirrels, pine martens and red deer
• Golden eagles, wintering geese, and puffin colonies
• Dolphins, otters and seals



And all of this is set in a colourful backdrop of rugged mountains, moorlands, ancient Caledonian pine forests and thousands of miles of wonderful coastline. Perfect (Instagram-worthy) vacation pictures are guaranteed!

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