Spring is a fantastic time to visit the Cairngorms, the days are getting longer and there’s new life and vibrant colours everywhere you look. We’ve also been blessed with some fantastic weather of late making for some great days out at Rothiemurchus.
We’ve put together a round up of our favourite social media images from the last few weeks for you to enjoy. Don’t forget you can follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to see all the latest news and images from Rothiemurchus.
Handsome hairy coos enjoying breakfast on a cool Spring morning.
Happy weekend everyone! Here's some handsome hairy coos, just because ?
An impressive catch from Tilly at the fishery.
The return of the Ospreys means a busy time for our guides including Neil McIntyre who captured this fantastic shot of EJ!.
"Last night seen things come together for a memorable Osprey moment, the fantastic EJ and backlit in wonderful evening light" Neil McIntyre
Spring is a good time to do all those little jobs you’ve been meaning to get around to… like ordering new name badges. Our fabulous new oak name badges are made by The Worskhop Aberfeldy.
What do you think of our fab new oak name badges?Made by the talented folks at The Workshop, Aberfeldy, a social…
The first deer calf of the year, just a few hours old!
— Rothiemurchus (@Rothiemurchus) June 3, 2018
We share our favourite images tagged with #rothiemurchus on Instagram, like this one on Loch an Eilein castle taken by @miriel1911
Our Countryside Rangers are always finding interesting things to snap like this vibrant Tiger Lily.
— Rothiemurchus (@Rothiemurchus) June 2, 2018
As part of our ongoing staff training some of the team from The Druie Cafe attended a ‘train the trainer’ course and it certainly looks as if they enjoyed it!
Our happy team from The Druie Cafe – well done Rebecca, Ali, Danielle and Julie on completing your 'train the trainer' training!Training Solutions
A trio of trout! Blue, Rainbow and Brown trout caught at our fishery a few weeks ago.
Fantastic hat trick catch yesterday from Raymond Leighton – a blue trout, rainbow trout and brown trout!#rothiemurchusfishery
Another one of those jobs ticked off the list – new photography. The only problem with this picture of our home-made scones is it makes us hungry every time we look at it!
❤️ Tea and scones at The Druie Cafe ❤️ Sometimes the simple things in life are the best things!
Our Forester Piers welcomed the Royal Scottish Forestry Society to Rothiemurchus on their annual field excursion.
— RSFS (@RSFS1854) May 9, 2018
Braeriach under a bright blue sky.
— Rothiemurchus (@Rothiemurchus) June 7, 2018
A misty morning at the fishery.
Misty morning for our guided session.
Sun starting to burst threw now and a couple of Ospreys flying about. pic.twitter.com/2zWD70g3em
— Rothiemurchus (@Rothiemurchus) June 6, 2018
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