Feoch Meadows is a mosaic of dry and wet grassland, fen meadow and mire. There is an orchid-rich area in the west near Feoch Burn. Traditional livestock farming ensures an abundance of wildflowers, which attract important butterfly and moth species, making this a key site in south west Scotland.
Feoch Meadows is a Coronation Meadow.
- Orchids and other wildflowers
- Farmland birds and mammals
Best time to visit?
- May to Jul for orchids
- May to Sep for grasslands
- May to Sep for butterflies