Category: Mike’s Mullings
14th November. One of my favourite photo’s sadly not taken by me, The Boys were back in town and I took them on a private tour. Great photo Colin Whitcombe see you both next year. mike.Read more
Who’s watching who?
22nd October.Read more
17th October.Read more
23rd September. A few interesting otter shots from today’s tour where we spotted eleven otters two hen harriers male and female, golden and white tailed eagles and gathering herds of red deer getting ready for the rut. Not bad for a lazy Sunday afternoon.Read more
A lunchtime feast here at Dungallen today with chaffinch, siskin and redpoll all enjoying the niger seed .Read more
JUNE 17th. A common sandpiper letting me know I was getting a little too close today.Read more
Boot and Bus
The weather behaved today, showers around but missed us.The tour today was the boot and bus one which includes a short walk. On the way to Croggan we checked out places I regularly see wildlife. We started well with a hen harrier, common seals and red deer,. Heading through the woodlands was so lovely with […]Read more
Monday 4th June
Another warm day. with this in mind we decided to look for the birdlife first as they disappear when it gets too hot. Lots of terns close in common and Arctic nest on mull such beautiful graceful birds. Common seals on the islands. Busy buzzards and warblers, red deer and heron at our next stop. […]Read more
Friday 25th May
The tour today was a boot and bus. Glorious weather with a refreshing breeze. We decided to do the walk in the afternoon so we took our time to Croggan. Two white tailed eagles started our day. Up in the trees. A brief flight showed up their great wings. Common seals, turns, a ringed plover […]Read more
A GOOD WEEK.
24th APRIL. The last seven days has seen a rush of firsts for the year, on Wednesday our first pair of redpoll on the feeders, Thursday a cuckoo calling and a chiffchaff singing (if you can call it singing) in a nearby bush. Saturday sand martins over Loch na Keal and Monday the first swallows […]Read more