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Hilton Park's courses are part of the 500 acre Auldmarroch estate and offer superb views over Craigallian Loch to the Campsies and Ben Lomond and over Glasgow to Tinto Hill in the south.
In addition the habitats adjacent to the playing areas include natural grassland, marsh, scrub, coniferous and broad leaved woodland, the Allander Water and Craigton Burn so golfers can expect to see some wildlife during their round.
An international bird census in 1998 over 116 European golf courses reported Hilton Park had more bird species than any other participating UK course. In 2001 the Scottish Wildlife Trust (SWT) designated the courses a Listed Wildlife Site after bird and plant counts confirmed Hilton Park's value to wildlife.
Golfers can enjoy seeing and hearing curlews, kestrels, herons and the long-eared owl as it hunts during the evening in spring and early summer. Birdwatchers and wildlife photographers visit the courses each spring to see this normally elusive bird. The Estate is also a haven for roe deer, brown hare and pine martens.
Hilton Park is currently managing the mature coniferous woodland on the courses, which was planted in the 1970's. In addition a new native woodland scheme is being established in the northeast of the estate.