If they don't play, then the You Tube links are: http://youtu.be/YYWDs6O7PAw and http://youtu.be/L-wp_61IR4Y
In flower are the first of the primroses and bilberry. There are a few queen white-tailed bumble bees ambling about rather sluggishly.
We saw two sea eagles high up over Scalpay this morning whilst yesterday there was a large group of red throated divers together with mergansers, shag and a single black guillemot.
Towards the end of March there were several dry, but cold nights, so I had the moth trap out. The absolute number of moths caught and the species count were low but after lots of rain it was good to see what was about. Nothing special but here are 5 of the 6 species caught:
Now it is time to see if there is anything else about outside!