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by Tim Wright - 11:32 on 15 June 2021


Today seven intrepid walkers went from the Gloup car park to the Mull Head trig point and back via East Denwick and the wood at the RSPB Interpretation Centre (Closed ). There was a moderate Easterly breeze and a bit gray to start with but the sun came out after the Trig point .The paths were dry in the main and the walking good .Lots of Guillemots and Shags in their nests to be seen on the cliffs .One lone Puffin was located too but no Bonxie's were visible . Lots of Squill out and some very purple Violets too. A lovely day for a walk and a catch up after such a long cessation of Group activities .

The next walk will be Friday 18th June .The time and the place will be sent nearer the day .

Keep moving ,


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