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Birding at Loch of Kinnordy (1 Viewer)

I did see him at Kinnordy a couple of years ago I think, but he wasn't able to get there so regularly.

Ummmm,... just thinking maybe it was before Covid, as I don't remember asking him how he fared during lock down. So that would be nearer 4 years ago now, wouldn't it.
Had an hour or two in the Gulley and Swamp hides, it was quite windy, the water is high and there was not a lot going on, plenty of carnage from the Beavers, I wonder how long it will take for them to be fed up with the damage?
Marsh Harriers showed, no Ospreys, one Red Kite, the odd Sedge Warbler, Redshank, a distant Shoveler and Lapwing, one Curlew flew by, got an Osprey at Balgavies on the way home.

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