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WELCOME TO THE SPEYSIDE WILDLIFE BLOG

Including our Evening Mammal Hide reports, seasonal updates and holiday trip reports.

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Wonderful Wildlife and Walking

It’s a great past time of mine, walking and looking for wildlife at the same time. In the past couple years, gaining more experience as a...

The Arrival of the Autumn Migration

Here in Strathspey, it has been noticeable quieter the last couple weeks. Warblers and Swallows left us to head for warmer climates for...

A Lunch with a View in the Cairngorms

As any good guide knows, when planning a day out, you don’t only think of the species you hope to see and where you think they might be....

Our Cairngorms National Park

When booking a Guided Day Out with us, you may not know what itinerary to choose, a popular choice is ‘Our Cairngorms National Park’....

Binoculars, Biscuits and Bird Lists

January is just around the corner, and with a new year looming, our guides are all tallying up and reflecting on their bird lists. There...

Shining a Light on November Nights

As we edge into November, the days are becoming shorter, and the nights are getting noticeably colder. However, the Evening Mammal Hide...

An October Fest

The action has kept going at Speyside Wildlife’s Evening Wildlife Watching Hide. The Pine Martens have been coming in recently, sitting...

August is Here

At the Speyside Wildlife Evening Mammal Hide in the Cairngorms, the action has kept going. The Badgers have kept coming, even before I...

Inner Hebrides pelagic trip - 2022

The Inner Hebrides islands of the West coast of Scotland are remote and quite often unexplored. With its rugged coastline, remote...

Spring in Speyside

Things to look and listen for during Spring in Speyside… I’ve had the pleasure recently during our Guided Days Out in the Cairngorms...

February in the Cairngorms

Snow flurries and more windstorms have made February quieter in terms of guiding. The winter wildlife has been enjoying some of the...

Trip Report - Antarctica 2021

"We felt very lucky that this trip even happened! If Omicron had reared its head earlier who knows, but there we were in November….. on a...

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