Flora & Fauna
The Glencoe & Loch Leven area is alive with wild flowers from May onwards with Glencoe itself being an important conservation area for Alpine species. The ancient woodlands also provide a display of woodland flowers like bluebells with the trees themselves putting on a wonderful show of colour in the autumn. Wildlife is abundant with deer, pine-marten, otters and wildcat all having growing local populations seen year-round. Binoculars will also often spy Golden Eagles and other raptors on higher ground, while Loch Leven provides breeding territory for many seabirds and ducks.
Good information is available locally both at accommodation providers and through the services of locally-based organisations such as the National Trust for Scotland who provide a Ranger Service.