Well I covered some ground today, to find our top creatures for a very an enthusiastic group.
Pressure on then and so the National Scenic Area was my best bet I felt.
At Killiechronan two White Tailed Sea Eagles were sitting on one of their favourite perches. In the same area we had an otter climbing onto a small islet. Seals were on Scarisdale rocks on the other side of the loch and some of us had a fleeting view of a Golden Eagle there. On to Gribbun cliffs where we had a male otter for some time and we had lunch there also.
Into Glen Seilesdair where an adult sea eagle was sitting in the trees and gave everyone super views in my telescope.
Into Glenmore and a golden eagle was very high and flying purposefully, as it sailed above us and across the glen.
Red deer were seen regularly and my expected short eared owl delivered on the highest point of the Glenmore road and was then joined by another. Yet another, was giving the same sightings at the foot of the glen before a bit of entertainment by the noisy and briliantly colourful and exotic Indian Peacock’s !!!
the above was a good day then and I may have missed a few other things on such a fulsome day.