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Grand finale to our custom tour - Scottish Highlands

Findhorn valley May 2014

What better place to finish our two week custom tour?

Roe deer May 2014

We enjoyed wonderful wildlife in addition to great birds, Roe Deer.

Badger May 2014

We enjoyed an evening of badger watching, nice views of Tawny Owl too.

Garten Osprey nest camera

The famous Ospreys at Loch Garten were enjoyed from the RSPB hide.

Cairngorm down the track

We took the train up Cairgorm, a marvellous experience.

Ptarmigan Cairngorm 1

Ptarmigan Cairngorm 2

Ptarmigan Cairngorm 3

We enjoyed wonderful views of Ptarmigan, frame filling in the leica scopes.

Cairngorm Darleen Mary Alan

All smiles as Ptarmigan is added to the very long list of birds on this tour.

Cairngorm summit view

The view from the top is stunning!

Cairngorm Darleen Mary Ruth

Mary, Darleen and Ruth enjoying Cairngorm after a large hot chocolate.

Light tunnel

Always light at the end of the tunnel on our tours!

Ring Ouzel Cairngorm 1

Next up male Ring Ouzel, collecting food for his young.

Slavonian Grebe May 2014

On our last morning we visited a private hide to enjoy Slavonian Grebes.

We would like to send a huge thank you to Mary and Darleen for their company over the last two weeks. We have laughed so much, enjoyed so many great birds, seen amazing wildlife, history and culture on our custom tour. We hope Mary and Darleen will soon be back for more.

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