Along Gruinard river to Loch na Sealga

If there are any nature lovers out there who are in two minds about visiting Wester Ross, hopefully these pictures will help to sway you. We walked along Gruinard river today & were treated to views of plenty of deer, a white tailed sea eagle, a dipper and 2 female red breasted mergansers, unfortunately we startled them on the river & didn’t manage to get a picture of them. The picture of the snow capped mountain is Beinn Dearg Bheag which is in the middle of the Fisherfield forest, the last great wilderness. We also watched an otter yesterday pottering along the shoreline at Laide beach just at the bottom of the garden and another dipper just last week.

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