The collective noun for Starlings is a murmuration, so here you are – the Treshnish murmuration of Starlings. They seem to be enjoying the calm weather at the moment. I was surprised I got so close before they flew off!
This photograph was taken a few days ago on my way home. The reflective Loch Cuin is at Dervaig and is a great place for shore line bird watching on your way to our well stocked and friendly village shop. It is about 20 minutes drive from our cottages. It looks pretty magical when it is really cold as the shallow waters freeze!
Commentary and Sustainability Policy Analysis from Dr Calum Macleod
Nature Writing, Conservation and Wildlife Reflection
Building a future for wild plants
not all who wander are lost
a platform for research and practice
Another day in ...
Island events, family fun, tourism, walks, talks and community involvement
Exploring Time Travel of Place
Public accountability and snippets
Creative and natural family and wedding photography, Isle of Skye
Life as a painter in the Highlands of Scotland.
we are tender prey
to examine and draw awareness to beach litter and its effects
Can we live alongside large carnivores in the UK?
Sharing the love, the chaos and the tranquility!
Tour Guide in beautiful Argyll - arrive as a tourist, leave as a friend