Ash and oak dominate the woodland at Glasdrum, their trunks softened by a thick coat of mosses and lichens which drip water in the moist air. But it's the space around these forest giants that makes this place special. Where sunlight can penetrate between the trees, smaller flowering plants take hold and provide a rich larder for butterflies like the rare chequered skipper. Otters are known to slip cautiously between the woodland and the clear waters of Loch Creran.
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