A blog that backs a bi-monthly magazine covering all the islands of Scotland
Thursday, 18 December 2014
The Redshank stands out on the stone; the Lapwing is camouflaged in the machir. North and South Uist are apparently the places to see British farmland waders with some 9000 pairs taking advantage of the islands' lack of predators. The Stornoway Gazette carries a report on these birds by RSPB Scotland.