Your recent sightings at Loch of Kinnordy
Your recent sightings
Marsh Harrier success!
It’s been a turbulent year for the marsh harriers and we’ve been watching their progress in suspense! The pair nest every year at Loch of Kinnordy and have relatively good success. They can be seen gliding over the reeds hunting for their prey, wi...Posted 23 Sep 2019 by Ami K
Year List 2017
Happy New Year from all of us at RSPB Scotland Loch of Kinnordy! Looking back, here is our year list from Kinnordy for 2017. We had 123 bird species last year and we are hoping for just as good a year in 2018 or maybe even better. Let us know if y...Posted 05 Jan 2018 by Anna J
The bittern returns to Kinnordy
The bittern has been spotted at Kinnordy! Ted Logan photographed the bittern on the morning of the 4th of October 2016. If you are planning on coming to the reserve to see the bittern, the best place to look is from the Gullery Hide. From the hide...Posted 05 Oct 2016 by Anna J
Here is the start of our April list for Kinnordy. 48 species so far: Greylag Pink footed goose Mute swan Whooper swan Mallard Teal Tufted duck Wigeon Goldeneye Gadwall Shoveller Goosander Oystercatcher Lapwing Snipe Curlew Redshank Little grebe...Posted 15 Apr 2016 by Anna J
And the marsh harrier is back too!
Thanks to Ted Logan for this lovely photo of a male Marsh Harrier who was seen at Kinnordy this morning (1 April 2016)Posted 01 Apr 2016 by Anna J
Welcome back to the osprey at Kinnordy
Thank you to Ted Logan for sending us these wonderful photos of the osprey fishing pike at Loch of Kinnordy on the 30 March.Posted 31 Mar 2016 by Anna J