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Isle of Mull, Scotland 06 – 12 June 2013

I led a trip to the Isle of Mull in the Inner Hebrides for Wildlife Travel in June, and produced the trip report below for the ten clients who were on the trip. Not posting it here on Talking Naturally […]

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The Burren: Seabirds at the Cliffs of Moher

This is the fourth post on a recent six day trip to the Burren in western Ireland with Wildlife Travel. Though I knew a little about the

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The Burren: some invertebrates

This is the third post on a recent six day trip to the Burren in western Ireland with Wildlife Travel. Though I knew a little about the

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The Burren: Orchids

This is the second post about a fantastic six day trip to the Burren in western Ireland with Wildlife Travel. Though I knew a little about the

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The Burren: a general intro

I'm just back from a fantastic six day trip to the Burren in western Ireland with Wildlife Travel. Though I knew a little about the Burren before

Steller's-Eider-(13)

TN91 Gullfest 2012

Having returned from the new and pioneering event in Arctic Norway entitled 'Gullfest', I have been raving about the amazing event to all comers! I am delighted however

Norwegian Lemming

Day 7 – Gullfest…..the epilogue!

First off we went to check out a site for Willow Grouse. The first interesting observation we had at this site was a Snow Hare; this was a

Arctic Redpoll

Day 6 – Gullfest the final day…..

A reasonably early breakfast and we were checking out of the hotel ready to hit the road again. Today we were saying our sad farewells to the town

Reindeer

Day 5 – Reindeer, White-billed Divers and ten tonnes of Steller’s

After the usual early morning explore around Vardø and another very substantial breakfast our group made our way to the loaned vehicles and under the tunnel to the mainland. Our

Blue Fulmar

Day 4 – Survival Suits, Snow Buntings and Sea Eagles

I met up with Murray on a pre-breakfast bit of birding; we enjoyed the by now usual spectacular views of Common Eider, Long-tailed Duck and Steller's Eider. A

  

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