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  • Forum Thread: Swallows in Scotland, a bad year?

    I felt i had to write about my sadness for our swallows this year. I am in rural Aberdeenshire out in the sticks and like much of the country we have had an appalling summer but in particular here we have had days and days of continual rain. I was aware of the problems this could cause for the birds...
  • Forum Thread: Red feathers found in otter spraint

    Might be a long shot but I found these feathers in an otter spraint on the bank of St Marys Loch in the Borders. Anyone have any idea what they could be from? There were no other feathers in the spraint and they don't seem to match any of the birds I have seen nearby. Thanks!
  • Media: Bittern at RSPB Insh Marshes

    Taken in Jan 2011 - a very rare sighting of the beautiful Bittern at RSPB Insh Marshes in the Cairngorms, Scotland
  • Media: Rain Soaked Chaffinch

    Taken at Lochwinnoch RSPB Centre on a wet dull morning
  • Forum Thread: A walk round Broadwood Loch, Near Cumbernauld

    The day started well with my garden wren on his usual rounds - its good to have a wren adopt you. Gets his nose in everywhere! Any way, with this mild weather, a longish walk seemed like a good idea, so we headed off to Broadwood, a loch with a lovely circular walk of about two or three miles, if...
  • Media: Sparrows by the Dozen

    Sparrows in the back garden, Population seems to be doing well in Lanarkshire. The 'stones' in the background are more sparrows.
  • Media: Red Kite Overhed

    Taken at the feeding station at Bellymack Hill Farm
  • Media: Aonach Mòr, The Great Ridge

    Taken in February this year (2014). The early sun catching the ridge to the summit.
  • Media: Sand Martins

    Sand Martins at Barons Haugh RSPB.What a lucky shot.
  • Media: Wren with Caterpillar

    taken at Loch of Kinnordy RSPB
  • Media: Wild Day on Rannoch Moor

    A wild and beautiful place on a wild and beautiful day
  • Media: Loch Ard

    View over Loch Ard. An absolutely beautiful location
  • Media: Deer Deer Deer

    Three red deer posing like on a winners podium. Taken at Loch Quoich.
  • Media: Glen Nevis Trees

    Walking in Glen Nevis I saw the trees silhouetted against a grey sky. I felt it had an oriental feel. Taken with a Nikon D7000 with a 70-300 lens at 240mm
  • Media: Another Red Kite

    Taken at Bellymack Hill Farm, Red Kite Feeding Station
  • Media: Red Kite in Flight

    Red Kite at Bellymack Hill Feeding station near Castle Douglas.
  • Media: Eye Contanct

    Red Kite flying low overhead. Lucky to make eye contact, taken at Bellymack Hill Farm near Castle Dougles
  • Media: Red Kite Diving

    Red kite in a dive. Taken at the feeding station at Bellymack Hill Farm near Castle Douglas. It has the biggest bird table I've ever seen.
  • Forum Thread: Carrot Beak Saga

    People might be interested in our nesting box solution for Oyster Catchers. We used to have a tarred felt roof covered with gravel, and this has been adopted by one or more pairs of Oyster Catchers for the past few years. Last year, the constant leaks from the roof became too much to bear, and it was...
  • Media: Rannoch Moor in Winter 2

    Bitterly cold, Blowing a gale, Bleak and stunningly beautiful. Tried to catch the atmosphere in this pic, don't know if I did but I think its close
  • Media: Woody Woodpecker

    Juvenile Great Spotted Woodpecker, taken at Lochwinnoch RSPB reserve. Fairly standard pic, but I like it.
  • Media: Monarch of the Glen

    Red Deer Stag posing on top of his hill
  • Media: Kintail

    Loved the colours and the reflection on a rare calm winter morning at Loch Duich.
  • Media: Rannoch Moor in Winter 1

    Taken from just off the main road through Rannoch Moor in February 2013
  • Forum Thread: Up with the Lark, well, Chaffinch!!

    Just a few shots I took while feeding the birds this morning. We do get other breeds as well, but this morning you wouldn't have thought so!! I thought the early morning sun ahows off their colours quite well.