Verdant Wildlife | Bird and Wildlife Tours

  • Photo Blog: Isle of May

    We were up in Edinburgh at the weekend to visit the Scottish Bird Fair at Hopetoun House which overlooks the Firth of Forth and is in the shadow of the impressive Forth Rail Bridge. Having spent the Saturday at the Bird Fair we decided to escape the crowds and head over to the Isle of May from North Berwick on the Sunday. The trip runs from the Scottish Seabird Centre and crosses the Forth on a Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB).  This gives a few hours to walk around the Isle of May and its bird observatory and then a whiz... read more

  • Guest Blog: Is Your Business Harming the Environment?

    This blog is a little bit different from the norm as we are lucky enough to have a guest blogger writing for us and Thomson Ecology. Amber is a writer and editor for Absolute Articles, an up and coming article directory. She has vast experience writing about many differing topics from where to holiday to wildlife guides, and has worked alongside a whole host of small to medium sized businesses. You can read her article below. Andrew Is Your Business Harming The Local Wildlife? When it comes to running a company there are various factors that get thrown into the... read more

  • Birdwatching tips with Wilkinson Cameras

    A few weeks ago I was asked to do a Q&A session about my birding life for Wilkinson Cameras. The article also has some advice for those of you wishing to take up birdwatching or wanting to buy your first binoculars, camera or spotting scope. You can find the full article on the Wilkinson Cameras website or by following the link below. https://www.wilkinson.co.uk/index.php/profile/news/read/id/113/  (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});... read more

  • Photo Blog: North Uist, Benbecula and South Uist in Winter

    When people think of the Uists they most likely think of a long summer's evening with corncrakes calling in the machair. However, not as many people visit in the winter so we decided to go there for a week to see what was around and decide if there would be enough interesting features and wildlife to contemplate running walking and wildlife watching trips there next January. Here are our photos, we loved it, see what you think? A Storm Approaches, Benbecula // Howmore Churchyard and Lichen Buzzard and White-tailed Eagle Sunset... read more

  • Christmas Wildlife Gifts - Mammals, Insects and Fish

    In the last of our Christmas wildlife gift reviews we focus on books about mammals, insects and fish. Hope you hav enjoyed our wildlife gifts series of blogs, hopefully there is something for any wildlife lover out there. If you have any other ideas of suggestions we'd love to hear from you by email (info@verdantwildlife.co.uk), Facebook or Twitter (@VerdantWildlife) Where to Watch Mammals in Britain and Ireland by Richard Moores I'm a sucker for a site guide and this is from the publisher of some of the best for birdwatchers. It can be used in two ways: firstly, by... read more

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