Not To Be Missed

We have put together details of things we would hate you to miss

  • Dolphins in the Moray Firth. All year but best in Summer.

    Dolphins Zephyr Breeze - Copyright 2011 PeterTruelove

    Dolphins - © Peter Truelove

  • Over 30,000 Sea Birds nesting at Troup Head. April - July
  • Red Deer and Golden Eagle at Findhorn Valley.  All year.
  • Sea Duck and Divers on the Moray Firth. Winter.
  • Up to 80,000 Geese at Loch of Strathbeg. Autumn and Winter.
  • Capercaillies lekking at Loch Garten. Spring.
  • Ospreys breeding in Speyside. May - August.

    Osprey - Copyright Phil Smith

    Osprey - © Phil Smith

  • Over-wintering Waders on the Cromarty Firth. Autumn and Winter.
  • Ptarmigan and Mountain Hare on the Cairngorms. All year but best in Winter.
  • Black-throated Divers breeding on inshore lochans. Summer.
  • Crested Tits, Crossbills and Pine Marten in Caledonian Pine Forests. All year.

    Crested Tit - Copyright 2011 Greg Morgan

    Crested Tit - © Greg Morgan

  • Slavonian Grebe at Loch Ruthven. Spring and Summer.
  • Black Grouse lekking on the Glenlivet Estate. Spring.
  • Leaping Salmon at Falls of Shin or Linn of Dee. Autumn.
  • Red Deer rutting around Glenlivet. Autumn.

GRANT ARMS WILDLIFE BOOK FESTIVAL Thur 29th March - Mon 2nd April 2018

4 nights DB&B from just 479pp includes entry to all the authors talks. Planet Earth 2 Film Showing, book signings after each talk.  Walks and Field trips each day with our local wildlife guides.

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