BEAVERS AT CASTLE CLUGGY
Added on 11 August 2021
BEAVERS which have been successfully re-introduced to Scotland have gnawed through dozens of trees, felling them into the water. Beavers became extinct in the UK towards the end of the 16th century. Surrounded by peaceful woodland countryside, you will encounter some of the most diverse wildlife Scotland has to offer at Castle Cluggy and, if you are lucky, you may even get a glimpse at our more surprising natural neighbours, from Eurasian Beavers to playful Otters in Loch Monzievaird, and not forgetting of course the delightful sight of treetop acrobatics courtesy of the beautiful yet endangered red squirrels, that the Dry Isle has provided a safe haven for.