Tag Archives: roe deer

Creagan, Aibhnichean is Minn a’ Leum / Crags, Rivers and Leaping Kids

Tha minn a’ nochdadh gu tric air aghaidh na tìre air a’ Ghàidhealtachd /  Young goats appear in many places in Scotland’s Gaelic landscape. Creagan, Aibhnichean is Minn a’ Leum Ann an monadh Chinn Tìre, deas air an Tairbeart, tha abhainn … Continue reading

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Photo contest celebrates Scotland’s urban deer

Have you seen wild deer in the middle of the city, in a city park, or even wandering down a suburban street?  If so, get out your camera, as we’re holding a free photo contest to celebrate one of Scotland’s … Continue reading

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Magical Creag Meagaidh

A National Nature Reserve since 1986 Creag Meagaidh straddles the west and east Highlands and is a popular summer visitor destination. With well-marked paths, picnic areas and a lively information shelter it has a lot to offer. A range of … Continue reading

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Windows on Wildlife

Whether it is a glimpse of a roe deer while walking the dog, or a hedgehog seen foraging in the garden, these small wildlife encounters are often the highlight of our day.  Usually we enjoy the moment and then share … Continue reading

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