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Wood of Cree

Wood of Cree

The Wood of Cree is a nature reserve in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. It is home to an amazing range of habitats. The oak woodland is the main feature of the reserve - known as Atlantic oak woodland, or Scotland’s rainforest, this habitat is home to many birds, mammals (especially bats), invertebrates and wildflowers. It is especially important for common redstarts, pied flycatchers and wood warblers, which arrive from Africa in May and make the reserve their home for the summer. Eight types of bat can be found on the reserve, including the scarce Leisler’s bat.Other important habitats on the reserve are the areas of wood pasture, open moorland, wet floodplain woodland, fen and grassland and scrub, each with their own particular wildlife associated with them, including black grouse, willow tit, whinchat, grasshopper warbler, cuckoo and otter.

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Licence Royalty Free You can use this asset for marketing and advertising campaigns promoting Scotland as a tourism destination without paying royalties or license fees. It can be used for creating promotional materials, advertisements, and digital campaigns to highlight Scotland's experiences to encourage people to Live, work, study, or visit. However, it can't be used for any other purpose that doesn't promote Scotland.
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Uploaded at: 16 July 2021 04:15 (NZST)
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