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The Inshriach Forest is a pristine remnant of ancient Caledonian Pinewood. These ancient woodlands are areas which have had woodland cover for centuries and have been relatively undisturbed by human activity. Over hundreds of years, they have evolved into complex communities of trees, plants, fungi, microorganisms and insects. This woodland in the heart of Glenfeshie is dotted with boggy pools and small lochans, with red squirrels, pine marten, crested tit and crossbill enriching the forest community of species.

Photograph by David Lintern

About David Lintern

David is a writer and award-winning photographer living and photo-guiding in the Scottish Highlands. He works on stories concerning wild landscapes, environment, conservation, people and place, for leading outdoor magazines in the UK.

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