Winter Wildlife on the River Tweed

Published on
6 February, 2016

Synopsis:

We think a lot more could be done to promote the area for wildlife tourism.

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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Winter Wildlife on the River Tweed

I think a lot more could be done to promote the area for wildlife tourism.

Thousands flock to the Highlands each year in the vain hope of seeing a wildcat or golden eagle.

Come to the Borders and you are almost guaranteed seeing the species on this short film…

Fancy seeing these places for yourself?

Mark offers dedicated day trips that focus on experiencing these places and finding out more about your family history in the Scottish Borders.
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