Tuesday was a cracking day with plenty of sunshine - probably the last bit of 'topping up the tan' for this year. On our way to our first stop we were rudely interrupted by the appearance of a Golden Eagle - no complaints there then. Plenty to see as we scanned across the lochs with RB Merg numbers starting to build up, GN Diver in summer plumage, Golden Plover, Greenshank, Dunlin on the shore and a female Hen Harrier at the side of the road. Cracking views of an adult WT Eagle sitting in a tree. With the sun out and a bit of heat we were able to find an Adder coiled in the grass.