I managed to fit in a very long overdue visit to Kinnordy, what with the long holiday, then winter weather with the lockdown, it was nearly a year since I'd last been there.
Unfortunately the hides weren't open (and still aren't BTW), so you can't get views over the water. However, the feeding...
It was rather tricky taking pictures really as I was standing in full sun and the feeders were in dappled light, some of it dark and bits really bright.
I had to play about with this image, as she was very dark and the feeder was over-exposed. Mmmm.... well at least you can see her I think!
We were looking around us trying to find a Yellowhammer that was singing, when something flew from across the new road and landed in the top of a tree about a hundred yards up the road.
I couldn't make it out in my bins... just a blob and the light was wrong. So with the help of my friend's...
My first sighting of a Chaffinch at the new feeder area.
This lady was sitting on an old crash barrier which had been placed to stop cars falling down into the gorge. There were many of these along the twisty old road!