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Capercaillie return to Highland Wildlife Park

TWO pairs of endangered capercaillie have made a flying return to RZSS Highland Wildlife Park.

The large native Scottish bird will now be on show so visitors will be able to see the largest members of the grouse family which can reach around 90cm in length and 14lbs in weight.

The capercaillie males are unmistakable with their slate grey plumage, blue sheen head and bright red eye ring. The females are smaller, with brown and chestnut-red feathers and fan-shaped tail.

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