• Gight Wood Reserve
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  • Gight Wood, on the slopes of the River Ythan, is one of the last remnants of ancient woodland in Aberdeenshire. This broadleaved woodland of hazel, oak and rowan supports badgers, brown hares and foxes. It is a particularly good area for spotting red squirrels.

    A path leads through the woodland and up a few steep climbs to a viewpoint. Bluebells can be seen in early summer.

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