Category: red deer

Nice Surprise at the Wildlife Hide

We will look back at the past fortnight and what has been active at our wildlife hide. the weather has been changeable, but the lighter nights have meant for a variety of wildlife activity in the daylight. Over on Speyside Wildlife’s Facebook page, we have been bringing you live footage

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Best Places to see Wildlife in the Cairngorms

Whether you are a returning visitor or thinking about coming to the Cairngorms for its wildlife, then this may help you decide. There is no mistaking that the Cairngorms National Park is abundant with wildlife that many visitors hope to see on a visit to the area. Speyside Wildlife is

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Diary of a Wildlife Hide – 2019

To conclude this year’s Wildlife Watching Hide, let’s look back at 2019. If you have been following our weekly blogs, you will know all of the antics that have happened over this year and how the wildlife never fail to surprise us. As we entered the busy season in early

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October in the Cairngorms

October has been a month of change. From the change in the seasonal weather, to the behaviours and movements of the wildlife in the national park. The overnight frosts play a part in shocking trees and shrubs to start their Autumn transformation. With the first frost in September the colours

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Autumn at the Wildlife Hide

Autumn is in full swing, and the mammals at the wildlife hide have been very active. Autumn is a key time for all mammals to get as much food before the winter. Mammals like Hedgehogs hibernate to conserve energy, but mammals like Badgers and Pine Martens don’t, meaning they need

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G Fletcher Marten

Stormy Nights and Interesting Behaviour

We are now in the height of the summer holidays and the wildlife hide has been full of interesting behaviours and some stormy nights. Along with the very mild temperatures, the weather patterns have been unusual, with many thunderstorms. There has been some delay in the animals making an appearance,

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Continued Watching at our Wildlife Hide…

After the news about our wildlife hide, we were determined not to let this affect the wildlife. Baiting has been continued and we have another wildlife viewing area to enjoy. Within a couple of nights, the wildlife was getting used to the new area, with Badgers taking slightly longer to

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Action at the Wildlife Hide

Spring has fully sprung, with nights getting much lighter and milder, wildlife being active and plenty of action at our Wildlife Hide. Fiiight! When the Badgers visit the hide, guests admire their cuteness, attractive looks and comical way they ‘hoover’ up the peanuts. The European Badger aren’t known for being

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