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Caenlochan is a glen in the Grampian Mountains, in the National Nature Reserves in Scotland. Under EU Natura 2000 legislation it is a Special Area of Conservation for botanical reasons, containing plant communities found nowhere else in the UK. It is also a Special Protection Area for birds including the dotterel.
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