always something new to discover.
Slideshow Image 1 Slideshow Image 2 Slideshow Image 3 Slideshow Image 4 Slideshow Image 5 Slideshow Image 6 Slideshow Image 7 Slideshow Image 8 Slideshow Image 9 Slideshow Image 10 Slideshow Image 11

Deer Observation Hide at Kilmory - May 2012

25-05-2012

The start of May saw the completion of the long talked about deer observation hide at Kilmory.  The hide was built by Sandy Fraser for the Edinburgh University Red Deer Project, funded in part by The Guinness Trust.

Kilmory Deer Hide (c) Ali MorrisThe hide has two sides, one reserved for researchers with the other always open to the general public. There are great views of the Hide from Kilmory Graveyard (c) Ali Morrisbeach and the river all the way up to the mountains in the south and it is a commanding location for getting up close and personal with wildlife.

 

The researchers have put up a selection of informative posters and would like to encourage everyone to leave their nature observations on the sheet provided as otters, eagles, basking sharks and, of course, deer can regularly be seen from this location.

 

Deer Study Area sign with hide in distance (c) Ali Morris
There is also a new sign at the start of the Glen Shellesder path , informing people that as they carry on to Kilmory, they are entering the deer research area.
 
For more on the deer project visit their website here
 
 
 
 
 
tagline1
This website is owned and
isle of rum