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Migratory birds are an excellent indicator of a change of season. Normally whooper swans are seen on Loch Bad a' Bhathaich at the end of March/early April; this year they arrived a month earlier than usual, taking a rest on their way to their summer breeding grounds in Iceland.
Typically, this is the month when the weather offers a glimpse of spring, then quickly reverts to winter. Sika deer venture from the woodland in search of fresh grass.
At this time of year, the garrons stay close to their winter feed and the estate roads are ploughed regularly to maintain access.
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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