We had a day off today, and the weather was at least dry (in the morning), so N and I decided to head out to the RSPB Nature Reserve at Gartocharn – a fairly new reserve that we pass on the way to Ross Priory. The Visitor Hub was shut, as it’s only open at the weekends, but N and I were hoping that we could still wander around the paths. It was quickly obvious that we could not do that, as the paths do not exist yet – we’ll have to go back at a weekend and walk around with a guide.
It was still a stunning site, though – with beautiful views:
And lots of coal tits on the feeders. I got a lot of pics of “where a coal tit was until I pressed the shutter”, as they move so fast, and a few good ones, like this coal tit perched on top of a feeder:
And, as we turned to go back to the car, I noticed signs that Autumn is on the way: