Loch of the Lowes Wildlife 29th Sept

A very soggy good morning to you all from us very soggy staff!
I’m just about to catch up on the goings on for the last 4 days and then I will come back and update you all in a bit.

Looking at last nights footage, the wildlife was few and far between.
Piney ‘One spot’ made a showing at 9.07pm and stayed for 6 minutes before departing for the night. It was hard to see his shoulder spot, but it was our usual customer.
There was a fair bit of hedgehog action between 7.30pm and 10.30pm, with 3 hedgehogs spotted at one time, all busy foraging and fattening up for hibernation.
I saw no sign of the deer at the feeders, but there were a few milling about the base of the osprey tree for a while, probably happier in the shelter of the forest.
The heavens opened and all wildlife vanished until around 7.30am this morning with a male pheasant the first to appear to have his brekkie, followed by a red squirrel and then a mass entourage of chaffinches.

Species count to follow later today.

Fiona

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