Glen Affric, where I have been based for my research, contains one of the largest remnants of Caledonian forest. Now reduced by centuries of human exploitation to scattered pockets, this habitat is home to a host of the UK’s wildest and rarest plants and animals.
Kingcombe is not just a place for enjoying the natural world, but for changing the way we view it, for telling new stories about our relationship with it.
The house sits atop a hill, half a mile inland off an unnamed road. Around it: fields, ferns, gorse hedgerows.