Rare forest being planted near Loch Ness will be largest in Scotland

  The Scotsman 

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A rare mountain-top forest being planted in the Highland’s will be the largest of its kind in Scotland and could provide new homes for iconic species such as the golden eagle, ring ouzel and mountain hare, according to conservationists.
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