Dunaskin at Waterside

While out on the Doon yesterday, I dropped into the Waterside stretch of the river and being the first sunny day for a while and with the river running well, I sent the drone skywards to have a look at some erosion points and other features I was keen to see from a different perspective. Keep an eye out for the Kingfisher in this short film!

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One Response to River Doon at Waterside

  1. Martin says:

    I’ve seen kingfishers five or six times this summer, all at different locations; something you wouldn’t have seen a few years ago. Possibly due to recent mild winters?

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