Pine Marten in the garden
Roe deer comes over the fence.
Badgers are shy nightly visitors.
Hedgehog taking peanuts
Slowworm, a legless lizard
Dolphins and whales are often seen in the bay
Seals seen from a boat trip across the bay
Birds of prey are seen all around the area -
buzzards, golden eagles, sea eagles and ravens have all been seen from the garden
A wide variety of garden birds - over 25 species visit the Whindley garden.
Sea birds can be observed all round the coast -
gannets, fulmars, skuas etc
Regular visitors to the garden are
pine martens, badgers, roe deer, hedgehog, voles, slow worms etc. The pictures above were all taken in our garden.
Scanning some of the more remote hillsides can reveal red deer, feral goats, grouse, etc.
Red squirrels have been introduced at Inverewe Gardens and Dundonnel.