Warm breeze against evening sky, gently caressing the rolling Perthshire hills. But the soft rush of wind is soon broken by an almost hypnotic call – ‘coo-koo, coo-koo, coo-koo’ – a sound that seems to penetrate every fold and gully of the hillside.
So, that has got rid of the backward spring then.
This curious cockatiel is well and truly getting a bird’s eye view of traffic – plus the highway camera too.
Is there such a thing as a cute insect? Well, yes, there most definitely is because I saw one last week – a bee-fly; a little rotund ‘furry’ beast with an impossibly long proboscis.
A Fife buffalo farm is celebrating a host of new arrivals after their resident emus Bog and Lily became parents for the first time.
A review into the felling of trees beside Britain’s railway tracks has been ordered by the Government amid environmental concerns.
Feasting on junk food stolen from unsuspecting Scots may be making gulls increasingly aggressive, according to a Fife academic researching the “misunderstood” birds.
One may anticipate a number of things going wrong at a graduation ceremony – walking off without your diploma, or tripping on stage perhaps.
Perthshire gamekeepers have joined a major police operation to find a missing sea eagle.
Expectation turned increasingly into forlorn hope and ultimately disappointment as the soft light of dusk was eventually extinguished by the dark cloak of night.