Caledon conifer forests

WWF Abstract

This small ecoregion covers the mountains of the northern part of the British Island. Blanket bogs of wet, compacted organic matter are the regionÂ’s most notable habitat.
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Ecozone:Palearctic
Biome:Temperate Coniferous Forests
Countries:United Kingdom
Area:5,439,998 acres (2,201,489 hectares)
Species:All  Endangered  Invasive
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Protected Areas

Amat Woods
Ardgour Pinewoods
Ballochbuie
Beinn a`Ghlo
Beinn Dearg
Ben Alder and Aonach Beag
Ben Heasgarnich
Ben Lawers
Ben Lui
Ben Nevis
Ben Wyvis
Berriedale and Langwell Waters
Black Wood of Rannoch
Caenlochan
Cairngorms
Carn nan Tri-Tighearnan
Conon Islands
Coyles of Muick
Creag Meagaidh
Creag nan Gamhainn
Dam Wood
Dornoch Firth and Morrich More
Drumochter Hills
Dun Moss and Forest of Alyth Mires
East Caithness Cliffs
Fannich Hills
Glen Coe
Glen Creran Woods
Glen Tanar
Green Hill of Strathdon
Hill of Towanreef
Inchnadamph
Inverpolly
Keltneyburn
Kinveachy Forest
Ladder Hills
Ledmore Wood
Little Gruinard River
Loch Achnacloich
Loch Creran
Loch Etive Woods
Loch Lomond Woods
Loch Maree Complex
Loch Ruthven
Loch Ussie
Meall na Samhna
Moidach More
Monadh Mor
Monadhliath
Moniack Gorge
Moray Firth
Morrone Birkwood
Morven and Mullachdubh
Mound Alderwoods
Muir of Dinnet
Ness Woods
Onich to North Ballachulish Woods
Pitmaduthy Moss
Rannoch Moor
Rassal
Rhidorroch Woods
River Dee
River Moriston
River Oykel
River South Esk
River Spey
River Tay
Shingle Islands
Slochd
Strathglass Complex
The Maim
Tulach Hill and Glen Fender Meadows
Urquhart Bay Wood
Ecoregions provided by World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF). WildFinder: Online database of species distributions, ver. 01.06 gis.wwfus.org/wildfinder