Argyll has some of the finest remaining Atlantic oak woods in the country. They’re home to some magnificent wildlife and an array of rare ferns, lichens and mosses.
Glasdrum Wood near Creagan Bridge is one of Scotland's National Nature Reserves. Ash and oak dominate this beautiful woodland.
Taynish National Nature Reserve, just south of Tayvallach, is one of the largest remaining oak forests in Britain.
The woodland, grassland, heath, saltmarsh and shoreline are home to an amazing variety of wildlife.
Shian Wood, managed by the Scottish Widlife Trust, is an ancient semi-natural woodland typical jutting out from the southern shore of Loch Creran.
Moine Mhor (the great Moss) National Nature Reserve is a lowland raised bog and one of Europe’s rarest and most threatened wildlife habitats.
This rugged and beautiful landscape near Crinan is home to dragonflies, hen harriers, curlews and other moorland and wetland species.