Monthly Archives: June 2014

‘Running Wild’ by Mike Tomkies – a review

Running Wild by Mike Tomkies ┬áis a tremendous book by a naturalist with many decades of first-hand experience of wildlife. In particular, the author must be as knowledgeable on the ways of the golden eagle as anyone in the UK. … Continue reading

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No dogs allowed in here – I count to ten!

I took Molly my wee dog for its usual early morning walk on Wednesday, finishing by approaching the village post office just before 7.00 am. As I was in a bit of a rush that morning as I had a … Continue reading

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The shooting of seals to protect fishing interests

With ongoing efforts by Sea Shepherd to protect seal round the coast of Scotland from being shot by salmon netsmen, the following, taken from A Lone Furrow might be appropriate: THERE ARE certain mammals and birds, loved by some people, … Continue reading

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A week on Mull – eagles aplenty

What a lovely week my wife and I had on Mull. As well as walking Molly the dog on Calgary beach, looking at the fabulous shops in Tobermory and visiting probably half of the cafes on the island, we were … Continue reading

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