Why Not Visit A RSPB Reserve This Autumn?

Image credit Euan Nelson

The RSPB has created a wonderful new pathway on the banks of Loch Lomond which are indeed bonnie.

At this time of year you will see large movements of migrating birds – some heading south to a warmer climate, others seeking refuge winter further north.

There are lots of RSPB nature reserves that you can visit all year round – some almost right on your doorstep. You can check them out here by clicking on this link: Find a Nature Reserve

There are 12 listed for Orkney:

  1. Birsay Moors
  2. Brodgar
  3. Cottasgarth and Rendall Moss
  4. Hobbister
  5. Hoy
  6. Marwick Head
  7. Mill Dam Shapinsay
  8. North Hill
  9. Noup Cliffs
  10. Onziebust
  11. The Loons and Loch of Banks
  12. Trumland

And to get you enthused the RSPB has this lovely video of the new path at Loch Lomond:

Image credit Bell

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