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Kilconquhar Loch Fife

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Tundra Bean Goose
Mark Wilkinson
13 February 2021
With Pinkfoot, showing differences in size and structure
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A loch of 55 hectares situated about two miles inland close to the village of Kilconquhar. It is uniformly shallow and probably the best inland site for duck in Fife.

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Enter the village of Kilconquhar and park near the church. Access to a viewing stance is through the gate into the churchyard and following the path down to a gap in the hedge.


Fife Bird Club members have access to a nearby hide which is situated by the lochside, within the grounds of the Estate.

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