Sunday, 24 May 2020


Osprey's looking fine in the sunshine
At last there is light at the end of the tunnel. Well a glimmer of hope at least. This week the Scottish government have started Phase 1 of getting back to some kind of normality. From 28th May we can exercise freely (including mountain walking) if you live within 5 miles of the countryside. So great news. I can get back on the hills. Looking forward to that. Meanwhile it's been another great week for wildlife. Weather wise there were some beautiful evenings after cloudy, dull mornings. Toward the end of the week we had high winds and the first serious rain for some weeks.
A small selection of images from this week.
A pair of Goldeneye

Ring Ouzel with a snack

Lapwing looking fine in evening sun
Cairngorms from the Dava Road on a gorgeous evening, Wednesday

Loch Insh, hotest day

Loch Morlich in beautiful evening light

Loch Morlich & Meall a' Bhuachaille

Another hot day on a bike up to Coire Cas carpark

Great cloud formations
Mute Swan

Ducklings galore

Male Goldenye

Eyes in the back of your head?
nothing like a good scratch
Nice clouds on the Burma Road

Stratspey from the Burma Road


Mallards are beautiful

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