The Highlands, along with the rest of the UK, has been enjoying some beautiful weather. These past few days have seen temperatures between 12 and 19 degrees celsius. Consequently, the local woodland has come alive with birdsong, whilst in the garden abounds with snow bells, crocus and daffodils.
We have witnessed some spectacular sunrises and the high tides have sparkled under the full moon. This really is a wonderful place for photographers and wildlife enthusiasts alike.
Last weekend took us back to Sligachan to a walk that can take you over to the Fairy Pools and Glen Brittle. It is a favourite of ours as it follows a stream with a multitude of beautiful waterfalls.
Nostie Bay and Loch Alsh looked very special this weekend. The high tides brought a transformation to the bay and the perfect opportunity to explore at low tide.
When exploring Nostie Bay you can enjoy spotting our Widgeon, Curlew, and Oyster Catchers. You may well also see our Otters or spot the Golden Eagles wheeling above the headland