We liked this sculpture of a badger by the side of the path.
The fungus on this birch tree blends in almost perfectly with the tree itself
When we had walked off the hill and were deciding which path to follow back into Perth, we noticed a group of male blackbirds making a huge amount of noise in a bush. We went closer to investigate and a jay flew right over our heads and onto the hill, followed closely by the blackbirds and a couple of other smaller birds, including a goldfinch, which were mobbing the jay, driving it away from their nests (jays sometimes eat nestlings). Definitely my best ever view of a jay, which is normally a shy and elusive bird!
You can see my earlier blog posts about Kinnoull Hill here.
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