Wild About Mull
Friday, 27 June 2014
An impromptu tour made up for a bit of a different day. The target was to find an Otter to photograph and then any species of fauna in front of the camera. We started off with a nice Common Seal...
...just before we bagged a couple of Otters.
We managed to stumble across a Spotted Flycatchers nest with four chicks - luckily we had already got photographs of one of the adults so we left pretty quickly.
A Black Guillemot was watched as we had a cuppa.
Next on the hit list was a Peregrine chasing a Rock Dove that wasn't captured on the camera but the falcon put on a good display.
A couple of WT Eagle were seen, Whinchat and a newly fledged group of Swallows.
A Red Deer hind didn't want to wander off so it had to be photographed.
A Yellowhammer gave us the run around but it made for some interesting flight shots.
We couldn't find an Adder but this Common Lizard was abit of a performer.
We waited over an hour for a Golden Eagle to take to the air but it never obliged so we headed off to the Tawny Owl site instead - a great day out with a few different things seen.
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