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Jon Dunn 5h
I need to I need to make a decision in the next 24 hours, and select two images from the rich tapestry of a wildflower summer. I'd like some help, please... Which of Ragged Robin, Bog Asphodel, Sea Pink, and Bog Cotton would *you* choose?
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Rebecca Nason 10h
A beautiful bouncing Jack Snipe in a field margin in south mainland Shetland yesterday. Blinding Lights by The Weekend is good background music!
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Oct 14
Red-flanked Bluetail at Sandwick, this morning.
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Karen Hall Oct 15
Went looking for minke whales in a weather window- rewarded with double rainbow 🌈 over Compass Head
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Oct 20
Another pic of the Blackpoll Warbler at East Burrafirth, over the weekend.
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Oct 17
Spent the afternoon following the 27s pod off the east Mainland, . Here's three of the eight members of the pod including animal #34 on the right - one of two adult males in this pod and identified by the 'nick' near the tip of the dorsal fin.
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Oct 15
Strike a pose: Great White Egret with Whooper Swans at Loch of Spiggie, today.
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Oct 16
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Oct 19
Lovely views of the long-staying Red-flanked Bluetail at Sandwick, over the weekend.
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Rebecca Nason Oct 17
Blackpoll Warbler today, East Burrafirth, Shetland. Very happy :)
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Oct 19
Enjoyed super views of the Blackpoll Warbler at East Burrafirth yesterday. The fifth record of this North American species for .
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Ellis O'Connor Oct 20
Currently in Shetland and it’s just as dramatic as you could imagine. I’m here for an exciting project & I’ll share more details on that tomorrow!
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Jon Dunn Oct 20
We've been getting some particularly vivid rainbows lately here in . No pots of gold (yet), but if the intense Gannet diving activity just offshore from my house is to be believed, perhaps piltocks* of gold instead. *local dialect name for Saithe
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Oct 20
A short video of the Great White Egret that has graced Loch of Spiggie, over the last few weeks.
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Ellis O'Connor 7h
The flight to Fair Isle from Shetland today only took 20 minutes but it’s easily the most dramatic and incredible flight I’ve been on. Very inspiring!
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Oct 18
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Adam Curtis Oct 20
Our naturals have returned!! Lovely combed top made with wool sourced exclusively from the Shetland Islands, scoured and combed in Yorkshire! Free UK shipping on orders over £15
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Burra Bears Oct 20
Burra Bear commissions: Burra Bear made from 2 beautiful handknit baby cardigans now outgrown by their owner
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Tom Wills Oct 16
Amazing team , superb support & a dream come true for me: I was 16 when I decided I wanted to help put tidal turbines in the sea. Even tho we’re doubling capacity of the array, only scratches the surface of the potential here in Shetland. 🌊
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Breaking_down_barriers_with_Brynn Oct 19
Looking for your With the right clothing and kit.... Even the cold icy winds and rain in couldn’t stop this 15yr old reaching his 1300miles milestone. 379miles left to push!
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