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Birnie & Gaddon Lochs NR Fife

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Black-headed Gull
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Harry Bell
Date
27 November 2017
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Formerly sand and gravel pits, this site has recently been restored as a wetland with full public access. Both lochs have islands and there is excellent surrounding grassland with many weed species suitable for finches.

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From the A91 between Cupar and Auchtermuchty, take the B937 south. A car park and circular footpaths are accessed on the left approximately 250 metres from the junction with the A91.

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