Belmaduthy Dam is a good example of wet lowland heath and mire mosaic, with lime-rich flushes providing conditions suitable for a diverse range of plants including orchids. This was once a common habitat on the Black Isle, but much of it has now been replaced by agricultural or forestry land.
- Water-loving plants
- Moths and butterflies
Best time to visit?
- May – Aug for wildflowers
- May – Aug for moths and butterflies