A visiting Pine Marten
Roe deer browsing in the garden.
Badgers are shy visitors.
Hedghog coming for peanuts.
Dolphins and whales are often seen

  • Birds of prey are seen all around the area -

    buzzards, golden eagles, sea eagles and ravens have all been seen from the garden

  • A wide variety of garden birds - over 25 species visit the Whindley garden.

  • Sea birds can be observed all round the coast -

    gannets, fulmars, skuas etc

  • Regular visitors to the garden are

    pine martens, badgers, roe deer, hedgehog, voles, slow worms etc. The pictures above were all taken in our garden.

  • Scanning some of the more remote hillsides can reveal red deer, feral goats, grouse, etc.

  • Red squirrels have been introduced at Inverewe Gardens and Dundonnel.

  • Close encounters with porpoise, dolphin and whales can be gained from boat trips out of Gairloch harbour. Try Hebridean Whale Cruises or Gairloch Marine Life Cruises