A few weeks ago we found a rather lovely looking pair of ducks who were jostling for food in amongst the Mallards, after a Facebook plea, the fabulously knowledgable Andrew MacGillivray (see you in a couple of weeks!) was able to tell us that they are Lavender Calling Ducks.
So behind with blog stories…will endevour to catch up but couldn’t resist this big dog fox enjoying the freedom of a fuull covering of ice on the lake!
EEEeeeeee the outside office gets dark quick! And during the day its been mud mud glorious-wellie-sucking mud!
As the mist lifts off the lake this morning… Down on the trail is all a bit boggy and swampy! The dog wood has a root system akin to mangrove swamps! Scooby-dooby-doo! This is the drain off ‘sink’ for the goodie burn which is 100m to the left so the only way to go is […]
Just sometimes you get not exactly an Indian summer but a beautiful, gentle slide in Autumn and it makes for some very bonny pictures.
Well it is undoubtedly a little later than it should have been but HAPPY NEW YEAR!! We had a joyous house full of friends and family which swept us very happily into 2014. Some of them thought the best way to start a New Year is with a bracing jolt to the system and took […]
It was a cold but beautifulo day for the end of the trout fishing season when we all gather to raise monety for the local school and kirk, a great gathering, fishy songs sung, music played, faces stuffed with soup and BBQ food and a nip or two to keep the cold at bay, rounded […]
Not only has Topher had Oyster catcher’s nesting on the rough ground aound his pond but discovered, when pulling up reeds, that a moor hen has built her floating nest in the reed patch, here’s how they looked yesterday – we think a couple of weeks to go – will keep you posted.