Last Wednesday (2nd May) we held our first evening walk at Loch Gruinart to listen to the many breeding waders we have here. The evening was highlighted by a sighting of some early lapwing chicks scurrying between the soft rushes. Unfortunately they are so small, I couldn't capture a good picture, instead here's a rainbow taken during the walk.
Tomorrow we have our weekly guided walk on Loch Gruinart reserve and on Friday 11th evening join us on our "Corncrake Craic" walk, where we will listen out for corncrake and other spring migrants, such as the willow warbler.
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