"The Colquhoun's Island"
Inchconnachan boasts a wealth of secluded bays that no other of Loch Lomond's islands can excel. Throughout the summer these havens are filled with overnighting yachts and cruisers.
Just recently a 'capercaillie' (large European woodland grouse with black plumage) has been spotted nesting on the island.
A 1920's wooden bungalow is situated near to the narrows and was previously the holiday home of Lady Arran Colquhoun who introduced wallabies to the island. The wallabies roamed wild and the wallabies can still be seen today, if you are lucky.
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