In Aberdeenshire I found some wonderful adders , I spent a couple of days watching and photographing them,
While out for a walk, I came across these Mute Swans doing a mating ‘dance’
I love birds of prey, so when my husband surprised me with a day at a Sparrowhawk hide, it meant I could get some of the behavior I wanted to capture
While out walking in the Woods , I saw a Buzzard , I managed to get fairly close to him, before he was spooked and flew off
Water Rails are difficult to photograph, as they are shy birds and spend most of their time in the reed beds, but if the loch is frozen, they often come out onto the ice.
The Beavers of Perthshire are shy, but once they get used to you , they don’t pay much attention to the camera clicking and just carry on gnawing.
There seem to be lots of Waxwings about this year, These beautiful winter visitors never fail to amaze me
A rare visitor to Scotland, the Hoopoe is a fantastic looking bird
Out and about in Fife, looking for Kingfishers . Look what I found
Gulls on Ice
This morning , I saw these Gulls standing on a frozen loch, the melting ice acted like a giant mirror
A quick trip up to perthshire, to try and get Pine Marten kits in the daylight
An early start at the Tay reed beds, but I got to spend some time with some curious beaded reedlings