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Tuesday, 19 May 2015

A Couple of Short Walks.

Looking over to Forneth House

The island, Loch Clunie

Reeds, Loch Clunie

A lone swan by reed beds, Loch Clunie

Horse Chestnut Candle

Approaching Loch Clunie

A wander by a familiar haunt,  Loch Clunie.  Hoped to see an osprey - didn't. It was sunny-ish, but very very cold for May, and I was tired, so I didn't linger.
I did see a Great Crested Grebe, and a swan...
Next day we walked by Loch of the Lowes; in the fields were several pairs of lapwings (more than I've see in years), and numerous brown hares,  with swifts, martins and swallows flying across.  All wonderful to see.  I also observed a little grebe in another loch, and quite a few tufted ducks.
Still no ospreys.
But it's only a matter of time.
By Loch of the Lowes

Loch of the Lowes

Ferns unfurling

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