Winter Wildlife on the River Tweed

Published on
February 6, 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

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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…

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