Ospreys have returned from Africa to spend their summer breeding season here. The luminous yellow of daffodils line roadsides & fields everywhere & the bluebells are only weeks away from dazzling the local woods with a carpet of violet.
The warmth is quickly melting the hill snow to reveal heather clad bogs & make the ptarmigan easier to spot before they too lose their winter coats.
And at Charleston, the bat colony has the skies to itself for a few weeks before the house martins also return from the tropics to build their nests under the eaves of the house.
Spring has arrived; Failte gu Alba.