Lynwilg, Allt na Criche path, nr Aviemore,
Many thanks Audrey for your directions.
Before the Scripture Union building I heard a singing male Pied
Flycatcher. & got to see it. I was really pleased with myself that I
recognised the song after not hearing it for many years. I also
watched the parachute display of Tree Pipit & heard Cuckoo.
I managed to take some lovely movie footage on my mobile phone of a
close-up of a common shrew on the tarmac road. Stunning wee
The day was breezy, overcast & chilly.
So, although there was no bright sunshine Common Heath moths
were especially active & abundant above the tree line. I was
intrigued to notice how variable specimens were in tones.
Regrettably no Pearl-bordered Fritillary’s were observed.
At 2pm it started to drizzle. So, back at Aviemore for 3.30
Sadly, no-one else turned up at the meeting point. I had the day to
myself. It was just me. Nonetheless, I had a really wonderful
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