We parked in the glen car park and set off towards the woods, although sunny it was also very windy picking up the dust on the track.
She seemed reluctant to leave so think there may have been a fawn nearby
…or May blossom
Large Red Damselfly
Wild Garlic or Ramsons
Minnow in the burn
Common Carpet (I think!)
Knapweed Bell Epiblema cirsiana
This pigeon landed right next to me it seemed desperate for a drink
Pete and Mike watching the pigeon from the bridge
Distant shot of a Linnet…
…and a Whitethroat
Blue, blue sea
This Ringed Plover was making a fuss..
…we soon noticed why..
…there were three of these little fluff balls nearby
Both Port Mora and Port Kale are close together at the end of Duskey Glen and both have there own character
Bloody Cranesbill (yes thats its name!)
Walking back through the Glen
There are some amazing old trees in the glen
Lesser Swallow Prominent
We nearly trod on it in the path
Not seen one of these before
Spotted a Great tit visiting its nest in a hole in a tree
A brief glimpse of Dunskey House through the trees
Hoverfly Eristalis sp
Another deer this time a male.
A great walk, have done this one many times and there are always surprises!