Hen Harrier’s can be rather fast birds, gone past before you know it. Like this one, which I only managed to capture from behind after it had flown past the hide at Gruinart.
A November late afternoon on Islay at Loch Indaal. A handful of Barnacle Geese scattered along the shore. Bowmore with Bowmore distillery on the shore on the right nicely visible across the loch.
I’m not sure what the collective noun for Lapwings is, a quick internet search brought me deceit or desert. Either way, here are quite a few Lapwings in flight at Gruinart.