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The glorious weather experienced at Kildermorie during May seems set to continue into June - an ideal time for families with young children to enjoy playing in the rock pools and exploring the estate's natural resources.
It is also the time when newborn calves can be found, curled up against a protective wall, gaining strength before they can follow their mother and join the herd.
The long, cold and wet winter has not been kind to the deer on the open hill; winter mortality is the highest since the winter of 2010/11.
However, leaves budding on trees, mallard on the inland lochs and the appearance of wild flowers in the woodlands finally herald the start of spring.
Click on the links below to get an indication of the weather for the next four days.
Bear in mind that the accommodation is at the heart of Kildermorie Estate, in a glen surrounded by protective hills, so has its own microclimate which may afford better weather than forecast.
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