1 Check for waders along the Ghleannain, as this is a great place for finding some of the freshwater-preferring waders. Look for Otters here, too.
2 Even on these narrow roads there should be time to scan for raptors hunting over the grassland. And scan Loch Don for waders and gulls.
3 Any woodland in this area is worth checking for spring migrants or perched raptors. Red Deer are always lurking somewhere in this area. 4 Another section of woodland – Wood Warblers are possible here, along with Tree Pipits.
5 You have to walk the last bit of the road to Grass Point. Look out for chats, pipits and wagtails. There is a good chance of both eagles in this area.
6 Seawatching here has had a real mix of records, with even cetaceans passing Grass Point. Don’t think summer is the only time to see whales from here. Look for bait ball ‘activity’ and scan.