Loch of the Lowes info 24th Sept

Morning all!

The sun is shining here for once which makes it far easier to come to work! Apologies for the late blogs this week. There has been so much going on in the office in the mornings, and I still haven’t had my cup of tea yet!
After looking through all the footage from last night, it seems the wildlife were a bit camera shy, or more likely wind-shy! There were a couple of visits from mum and daughter fallow dear, who have been making regular visits most nights, but not one sign of a hedgehog, who must be thinking it’s almost time to hibernate with these chilly temperatures!
Piney ‘One spot’, as I’ve been calling him, made a very late appearance at 4.19am and stayed for his usual 5min feast until he fled the gale back to the warmth of it’s den.
The grey squirrel is still making regular appearances, but as he is on his own, we are not to worried about him ousting the reds. They are doing a good job of ganging up on him and defending their peanuts!

Species list to follow…

Happy blogging!
Fiona

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