Loch of the Lowes Info 15th Oct

It’s a fairly pleasant morning, with an autumnal crispness to the air, I’m still waiting with baited breath for the sun to shine so I can get some fabulous pictures of the loch in all it’s golden beauty. Our camera doesn’t seem to capture the true colours of the trees:

Moss seems to be making a more regular appearance, arriving for his feast between 7.30 – 8.30pm for the last 3 nights, and spending much more time on the feeder. He appears much more comfortable when the deer are around and this is a good sign for the potential pine marten evenings. Lets hope he continues and brings some friends with him soon.
All our wildlife seem to be increasing in number, especially the birds, and all are delighting in the start of the harvest. It’s a hive of activity day and night!

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It’s a fairly pleasant morning, with an autumnal crispness to the air, I’m still waiting with baited breath for the sun to shine so I can get some fabulous pictures …

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