Strathbeg RSPB Aberdeenshire Centre
Situated between Fraserburgh and Peterhead, Aberdeenshire the Loch of Strathbeg
nature reserve provides a natural wetland for many wild birds to enjoy. Visitors can watch these birds enjoy the natural habitat from the RSPB centre observation room and tower pool hide.
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Birds That You May Be Able To See At Loch Of Strathbeg
- Pink-Footed Geese
- Barnacle Geese
- Golden Plovers
- Whooper Swans
- Black-Tailed Godwit
- Mute Swans
- Loch Terns
- Common Terns
- Corn Buntings
Visitors should also be able to watch otters in their natural setting and there are about 16 species of butterflies in the Loch area.
Facilities At Loch Of Strathbeg
- Toilets and a disabled toilet
- Nature trails
- Visitor and Information Centre
- Wheelchair accessible screen
- Disabled, and Pushchair Access
- Guided walks available
- Bicycle rack
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Prices For Loch Of Strathbeg RSPB
Admission is free to RSPB Members. For non membership prices please see www.rspb.org.uk
How To Get To RSPB Loch of Strathbeg
Directions From Aberdeen - Take the A90 heading past Ellon towards Peterhead and Fraserburgh. After Peterhead continue on the A90 past St Fergus. At Crimond village you will be able to see signposts on the right hand side to follow the directions to the RSPB Loch of Strathbeg visitor centre.
Contact Address, Telephone Number and Website Of RSPB Strathbeg
RSPB Loch Of Strathbeg
Tel: (01346) 532017
Url Homepage: www.rspb.org.uk/lochofstrathbeg
The RSPB host many events at Strathbeg. These are listed on the RSPB Events Page. and the Events Page of About Aberdeen
Nearby restaurants and hotels include The Strathbeg Hotel
Read the About Aberdeen Goose Watch
page to learn about the latest organised event for seeing pink footed geese with the RSPB.
A natural way of reducing the rank tussock vegetation found at the RSPB Loch of Strathbeg at Crimond, Aberdeenshire was introduced in 2011. This was eight Koik foals who are now grazing on the wetlands which means the RSPB staff no longer need to use heavy machinery.
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