Inversnaid RSPB Reserve is on the east shore of Loch Lomond. With oak trees that rise steeply from the shore toward vast open moorland the reserve provides magnificent panoramas of Loch lomond and the surrounding hills.
Dependent on the season you can see golden eagles, black grouse, deer and various species of birds. The area is also designated as a rain forest which comes alive in the winter months. There is a plethora of forest animals an fungi for you to photograph.
If you are lucky you will also see the famous pine marten. A beautiful mammal that inhabits these parts of Scotland.
There are various paths to explore through the reserve which will provide a short or long walking route. If you want to discover more walking tracks and accessible wildlife Loch Lomond and The Trossachs has many to offer. Inversnaid is close to Stronachlachar and Loch Katrine which can be visited while you walk The Great Trossachs Path.