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Scotland's National Forest Estate covers nearly 9% of Scotland and comprises forests, woodland and open ground, its a national treasure and its privilege to be looking after it.
The Mull of Galloway is Scotland's most southerly point and one of the best kept secrets in the UK. The Rhins of Galloway peninsula remains an unspoiled paradise for visitors on the lookout for peace and tranquility.
RSPB Reserve and the largest Local Nature Reserve (LNR) in Scotland.
The Gem Rock is the leading independent museum of its kind anywhere in the UK and is renowned worldwide.
Owned and run by the Stephenson family it is regarded as one of the finest private collections of gemstones, crystals, minerals, rocks and fossils in Great Britain. Very family orientated and has a tearoom.
The Wood of Cree is the largest ancient wood in southern Scotland. In spring the woodland really comes alive with bird song and the woodland is carpeted in bluebells. Pied Flycatcher, Redstart and warblers.
Logan Botanic Gardens
At the south-west tip of Scotland lies Logan, the country's most exotic garden. Warmed by the Gulf Stream, southern hemisphere plants flourish in this plantsman's paradise near Port Logan in Dumfries and Galloway.
Open Daily 15th March to 31st October from 10.am - 5pm (Sundays only in February).
Described as 'one of the showpieces of Galloway' it is one of Scotland's most important historical landscaped gardens with its collection of Rhododendrons, Championship Trees and rare species.
Wigtown Bay Local Nature Reserve is the largest LNR in Britain. The estuary, with the largest areas of salt marsh and mudflats is vitally important for the many species that live there, especially salt tolerant plants and wintering waterfowl. The reserve is a popular venue for a range of recreational activities, such as angling and bird watching.