Seeing the sea eagles was one of the objectives of the holiday, so this was a must. Must be booked in advance by phone, as numbers are limited - £8 per head which is all ploughed back into local projects. The two guides - John from RSPB and Rachel from Forestry Commission were very knowledgeable, and tremendously helpful. We were met at the meeting point in the forest and walked to the viewing point where telescopes were set up - the eagles' nest was on the other side of the Glen. The female had laid her first egg of the year just a few days before and was on the nest when we arrived. For the first hour there was little to see - just a bit of movement on the nest, difficult to see through the branches. Then suddenly the male returned and the female left the nest and perched on a tree in the open providing a perfect view for us. Great to see, and can recommend to anyone interested in wildlife.
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