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Snow again last night, should make for easier tracking today though!
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Today's visitor couldn't have picked a worse day, but since we've all enjoyed his shared photos I'm looking forward to see what he captures from the Reserve and it's views on a better day. Nothing today I suspect but he will be back... looking forward to it!

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And another 3 chicken drumsticks disappear before your eyes in this amalgamation from one of the wildcat spots.... unfortunately it's the Pine Martens again though :(
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The heavy rain has washed away a lot of the lower lying snow now and the Salachan Burn is starting to fill up nicely too. The first picture shows the old bridge support of what was the old Oban road crossing before it collapsed - you can just see it in the middle of the stream with the water pouring over it!
The second photo is where work has started to upgrade the last piece of the path network and also construct a children's 'Secret Garden' with a picnic bench etc. Lovely restful spot beside the river.
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We will be planting thousands of flowering trees, such as rowan and willow, at Bumblebee Haven this year. If you would like to help us plant a few more, please do so today!
Our dedicated tree-planting gift is one of the most eco-friendly and unique presents you can buy! It's a gift that doesn't 'cost the earth' and it's suitable for all occasions, a very special way of giving something back to the planet. It is truly the gift of a lifetime! We only plant native species to help restore the Caledonian Forest and just ten trees offset the typical family's carbon footprint for an entire year!
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Soooo exciting.... Dr Paul O'Donoghue from The Wildcat Haven is visiting the Reserve next week. There's a possibility it might be added into the buffer zone of action and protection they offer in Ardnamurchan!!! I'll keep you posted.
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One from Grant Hugh Jones Photography from our quick wander on the Reserve yesterday. I'm amazed he got anything, the clouds were so dark with the snow showers blowing over towards us!
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7 SpyCams all baited with Wildcat in mind. Amazing just how many animals are tempted out by tuna! Who'd have thought?
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Such shy creatures, the Roe Deer is the smaller of our two resident deer dwellers. Amazing it stood still this long.

The roe is a dapper woodland deer. Very widespread on the Scottish mainland, it is also quite shy of humans. So if you see a roe, keep your distance, stay quiet and hope for a prolonged view.

The roe is a medium-sized deer (much smaller than red deer) with a sleek brown coat, large black eyes and nose and a very distinctive white patch on its rump. Males (bucks) have short antlers; females (‘does’) don’t.

Mating season for roe deer is in July and August. At this time, bucks chase does around prominent features such as a tree of large rock. This produces circles or figure-of-eight patterns of flattened vegetation, known as ‘roe deer rings’.

By the 1700s, the north of Scotland was the only part of Britain where native roe deer survived. Since then, re-introductions in many places and the cover provided by new plantations have allowed roe to spread and thrive.

The most likely places to see a roe deer are often at the fringe of woods, where trees meet fields or moorland, or along quiet woodland paths. Early morning and dusk are good times. Listen for the loud bark of roe bucks in summer.
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Braving the worst of the weather today was Lord Ronald McKenzie accompanied by Patricia both from Glasgow, Scotland.
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Don't forget there's a button on the Highland Titles checkout pages that lets you donate to The Wildcat Haven project - together we raised over £7200 last year alone!
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Now here's somebody else who gets it - a bit of fun but with a serious side, so nice when people leave us a mention like this, if you don't know what we're about this just says it all...

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Thank you so much to Stewart for showing my partner his own little part of Scotland. We throughly enjoyed the buggy ride around the Reserve and not even the rain could dampen our enthusiasm. We learnt lots about the workings on the Reserve, the trees, wildlife and even about the bumble bee so much that we will take with us. This place works because of the enthusiastic volunteers, it's well worth a visit and then a second and third because it will be as different and fascinating in August as it is in February. The Titles are fun and since planning our trip have given us so much to have a laugh and a joke over but today we saw the more serious side of supporting conservation and this is a wonderful way of doing it. Thanks again. Gilly (commoner) and Lord Paul Howl.
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Highland Titles offers you the chance to buy a plot of land from our estate in the Scottish Highlands. Whether you want to strengthen your ties with Scotland or become a genuine Laird, Lord or Lady, we are here to help!  

With plots from 1 square foot (£30) up to 1000 square foot, we hope you enjoy the pride of owning a piece of Scottish land.

Highland Titles is a socially active, socially aware organisation with a massive conservation effort.  This year we are planting 60 acres of woodland with the help of our customers.