Wildlife to spot in September

September 2nd 2019

Here we are well into Autumn but this is really a fantastic time of year to be out and about looking at the local wildlife.

Below is a link to the September ‘What to Spot’ blog by Vickii Campen of Coigach and Assynt Living Landscape with a few ideas of things to try and see this month.

Enjoy.

What to Spot: September Edition

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Recent Sightings

Bullfinch

Single male and female birds on garden feeders, 81 Torbreck (Cheryl Smith) (12/06)

Lapwing

Single bird, Stoer peat road, by small lochan which drains to Loch an Easain (Charlie Leeson) (11/06)

Black-throated Diver

Single bird Loch na Bruthaich (Tony Eldred). Another non-breeding loch that these birds seem to use for a bit of down-time. (10/06)

Black-throated Diver

Two birds, Achmelvich Bay (Alison and Angus Stewart) (09/06)

Treecreeper

Two birds, Culag Woods (DAH) (09/06)

Ragged-Robin (Silene flos-cuculi)

c.50 plants near Achmelvich campsite (Nathalie Wallace) (09/06)

Early marsh-orchid (ssp. incarnata)

10+ flowers in old quarry, Little Assynt (Ian Evans and Gwen Richards). Also Northern marsh-orchid and Heath Fragrant orchid. This being a new site for all three plants. (09/06)

Osprey

Single bird over River Inver, opposite Little Assynt Tree Nursery (Nick Clooney, Gwen Richards, Jean Haslam) (09/06)

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