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Wildlife sightings 12 November 2015

Notes from the Discovery Centre team – Lee

Isle of May and Craigleith are teeming with life with plenty of pups still arriving. Most of the grey seal pups are coming along great and they seem very playful with both each other and the cows. 77 more words


I love my shags. Not only because the roasted maize is to die for or the milk is dirt cheap. Or that the meat is so fresh you can almost hear the cow mooing as you chew. 1,134 more words

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Wildlife sightings 18 September 2015

Notes from the Discovery Centre team – Liz

After a slightly wild weekend we now have beautiful weather and the birds are certainly appreciating it with lots of shags drying off in the sunshine around Fidra and many a guga taking their first leap from the Bass Rock. 428 more words

Stykkisholmur, West Iceland

By Paul S Bryers, August 2015.

Two hours from Reykjavik is the small fishing town of Stykkisholmur on the Snaefellsnes Peninsular. The trip to Stykkisholmur is quite spectacular. 307 more words



The first thing I do when I first walk onto an estuarine flat is to take 10 – 15 minutes to look around through my polaroid’s and see what is happening. 1,126 more words

Alan Bulmer