During the lockdown of 2020, movement around the country was restricted which severely limited any photographic opportunities. So the appearance of some otters (at least 2) in Dunsapie loch provided a welcome chance to photograph […]
A few shots of the elusive Red Squirrel.
Waxwings are winter visitors to Scotland. They breed in Scandanavia, and some of them spend the winter here – which shows how harsh the winters must be in Scandinavia! They are usually found in small flocks, […]
The Glen Finglas Play Trail is a woodland walk through Little Druim Wood which is great fun for the kids. There are no really strenuous parts, so suitable for adults of all capabilities. It starts […]
This kestrel was photographed hunting on scrubland near Levenhall Links at Musselburgh. This is reclaimed land, created by building a sea wall and infilling with ash from the now demolished Cockenzie power station. The kestrel […]
This is one of the walks originating from the Glen Finglas Visitor Centre car park. (Follow the link for more information.) Initially it follows the same route as the Lendrick Hill and Dam walk. (Follow […]