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Highland Safaris, nr Aberfeldy, Perthshire

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News from Aug 2008

Dolphin-watching with Gemini Explorer

Dolphin-watching with Gemini Explorer Many Wild Scotland members keep logs of their sightings on their website. Here is a excerpt from one member, Gemini Explorer who run wildlife watching boat trips from Buckie on the fabulous Moray Firth. Friday 15th Au...

Pine marten watching at Loch of the Lowes

Pine marten watching at Loch of the Lowes Spend the evening watching Loch of the Lowes Reserve‘s local pine martens with the Scottish Wildlife Trust. Meet at Loch of Lowes Visitor Centre, nr Dunkeld, Perthshire. Price: £10 (adults), £5 (children),...

60% Decline in Fulmars

60% Decline in Fulmars The John Muir Trust has reported that fulmar populations on their Sandwood Bay Estate near Cape Wrath have plummeted by 60% in the last ten years. Only 261 nesting pairs were counted in June 2008 on cliffs which once supported over ...

Going Batty at Argaty

Going Batty at Argaty Argaty Red Kites near Stirling are going batty at the end of August with a special presentation and bat walk. Join experts from Echoes Ecology for a brief talk / presentation followed by a dusk and evening meander in search of our li...

Fin whale and killer whales sighted!

Fin whale and killer whales sighted! We’ve had some exciting wildlife sightings this summer. Here are some examples: Gairloch-based operator, Hebridean Whale Cruises took this fabulous photo of a fin whale, a rare sighting so close to land. The whal...