The breeding season is now fast approaching with lapwing displaying and the black-headed gulls building in number, providing the reserve with that spring time feeling. Our bittern is still showing itself to lucky visitors and the Smew is still making regular appearances. Added to this the reserve has again attracted a male marsh harrier seen floating over the reed beds in front of the Gullery hide, let’s keep our finger crossed for a female. Ospreys have been making their way back to our shores and the first sightings at Kinnordy are now being reported. March is a great month providing the first sightings of our summer migrates while still viewing the reserves winter residents so get along and enjoy a great time of year at Loch of Kinnordy.