Monday, 30 September 2013

Around the headland today.

Checking the sheep today. Hard to think it was the last day in September.  It was certainly bliss out there, and we saw no one.

We did see Red Deer stags, hinds and calves,  Red Admiral butterfly, solitary molehill quite high up on Beinn Duill, pair of Grouse, single Grouse sometime later, the Coll ferry, a raven, and a wheatear still here. Also areas where the bracken had been sprayed last year revealing ruins we have never seen before, including the site of an illicit still. 

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