whitethroats, dunnocks, wrens and chaffinches singing in the shrubs.
There are lovely views of Duddingston Loch, where we saw a pair of great crested grebes with their two young and some mute swans with seven cygnets.
then you go through a gate into Dr Neils Garden, where lots of small paths wind through trees and shrubs
and Duddingston Loch
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