Category: Tour Tales

Sunday 16th February

A very wet start to our day with the promise of sun in the afternoon. The White tailed eagles were no where to be seen. Hiding from the wind and rain I guess. lots of other wildlife out there. Our guests were keen to see birds today so we headed for good wader areas. Bar […]

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Thursday February 14th, A valentine tour.

Love or spring is in the air, the birds are starting to sing and display. Eagles starting to clean up nests and the Hazel catkins are falling. Frog spawn about as well. We had a good tour today despite the weather being much damper than forecast. Two white tailed sea eagles on the shore searching […]

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Monday 11th February

A very lovely day today, sunshine all morning after a frosty night. Our first stop was great as we checked a known White tailed eagle nest site. They were both there and gathering sticks. really good views of them in the tree. We watched for a while then they flew off behind the trees! A […]

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Busy week

We are busy decorating the cottages so they are ready for the new season, Lots to get ready for the new season now we are home, We did manage a tour on Wednesday, and a good one it was dispite the weather doing its best, Eagles in the morning both Golden and white tailed sea […]

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Holiday highlights

Mike and I have just returned from a lovely time in Cumbria/Lancashire, We headed south through Galloway staying overnight so we could visit Caerlaverock reserve. A treat of red kites flying over us as we drove to our accommodation. A brilliant few hours at the reseve and an easy drive to cumbria next day. We […]

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Thursday 17th January

Our usual afternoon out and a different direction today. We did a steady drive to Croggan as the weather was gorgeous. Great northen divers on the way and a possible red throated but too far away to be certain. Mistle thrush and buzzards everwhere. We parked up and walked to the point. On the walk […]

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Tuesday 15th January

A last hour of the day run to Loch na Keal. its brilliant having it so close. The weather was awful blustery wind and heavy showers making you feel like your in a car wash. Between the showers we did have some great wildlife mments. On the way we saw a red deer stag very […]

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Mull bird club count

Well,we woke up to find the weather was awful. We have been lucky over the last few years but the bird count today was going to be a challenge.  Our count started in our garden with the usual team of bird club members. Lots to see with chaffinch , green finch, coal tit, blue and great […]

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The new year

A great start to our year, Very quiet for visitors now but still doing a few tours. A great one last week. poor weather in the morning, the otters didnt mind though. Hen harriers and red deer, stone chat, golden and White tailed eagles. The moody skies were lovely.  Golden eagles in the sun. Even […]

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September highlights

And there were many, September has been a a mixed month for weather. Storms, rainbows, sunshine and stars. Brilliant wildlife lots to see. Otters, eagles, hen harrier, red deer and lots of flocks of small birds such as twite, siskin, redpol, linnets are moving around. Lots of stonechat sitting up on bracken fronds. We have […]

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