84.47 ha (208.73 acres)

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Locally, and on Ordnance Survey Maps, this is known as Badiebath Wood. This Forestry Commission Scotland Wood covers part of the south facing side of the River Ythan, next to the ruins of Gight Castle which has been derelict since the end of the 18th century. The area is a good place to see otter, red squirrels and many bird species including buzzards. Parking is available at the forest gate on the B9005.