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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Jul 13
An incredible few days for seeing Two-barred Crossbills here in . Here's the brightest of the bunch - a truly stunning adult male which was part of a 'flock' of nine on Unst!
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Nicky Traill 11h
Today I should have arrived in aboard the . Such a very sad day for me. I am gutted I had been waiting for this day for about 50 years. Dream has been shattered 😭
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Shetland Wildlife 58m
A fantastic encounter with Orcas, Oysterplant, a stunning Two-barred Crossbill and Northern Rock-cress. Just a few of the many highlights enjoyed by our 'Ultimate ' group last week.
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Ealasaid Jul 8
is amazing. I really hope they decide to do another season. I need more Jimmy Perez!
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Jane Northcote 4h
This is a stream in , in the Dale of Walls. The water creates a deep gully in the peat. More sketches of Shetland are on my website here:
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allmonstersgotospace 13h
Neugle Shetland folklore via
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Royst 3h
After two years, it's time to leave . In the words of Adams, "so long and thanks for all the fish".
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Duncan Halpin 50m
Finally got some Two-barred Crossbill action! Not on Noss, unfortunately
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Martin Moir 22h
Shetland on consecutive nights in Germany. Easier to follow than the weeklong gap on BBC.
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Shetland Islands Cll 4h
Some places have become available on this field trip to on Sun 21st July. What a great way to connect with history and landscape of . More details at:
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Helen Iliffe-Adsett Jul 10
There's always something going on in . Parents are very protective of their young. Head to head altercation with both sides trying to protect their babies. this morning. The wind sounds worse than it was due to the amplifier on my camcorder.
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Richard Lewis 6h
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Iain Detrey Jul 13
An another afternoon spent collecting CO2 samples from Shetland peat for flux measurements and catching up on this week's .
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NigelCookePhoto Jul 14
I can think of no better place than here to immerse myself in this book
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NigelCookePhoto 22h
I went for a bimble on the beach .... and an epiphany washed up on shore
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Shetland Wildlife Jul 10
Stunning scenes once again at the Saito, Hermaness Gannet colony for our Ultimate group this morning.
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BBC North East Scot 7h
"The best location for launching into space": test balloon launch hailed success 🌖 
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TravellersCookeBook 8h
Despite our best efforts it was radio only yesterday for an incredible afternoon of sport
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Jon Dunn 9h
I've got a few days out lined up for the coming week in . I'll be checking in on some familiar faces - not least Oysterplant, a low-growing but colourful seashore specialist, said to taste of oysters - which doesn't explain why sheep find it so irresistible.
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Ross Mackenzie 10h
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