In a field by the A9, just as it goes through Glen Eagles, is a megalith with an indistinct Pictish symbol. And a stunning view. Those Picts certainly knew how to pick their spots.
Anthony Jackson (in The Pictish Trail) suggests that this is a carving of a stag, but I can't see it myself.
A.Mack described it (in Field Guide to the Pictish Stones, 1997) as a goose over a rectangle, which I think is altogether more likely.
A few hundred yards away to the west is another megalith which the Picts did not reuse. This stone fell in 1990 and was re-erected.