Monthly Archives: October 2014

  • The autumn rut is my favourite seasonal event on Glengorm. I can categorically tell you that nothing else – and I mean nothing – will get me springing out of bed at 5:30am. Last year was the first occasion that I lead groups out to watch the stags; in all honestly, I was quite unlucky. […]

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  • Looking at enlarged images of moth genitalia might not strike you as a recipe for a great weekend.¬†As a hobby, peering at moths’ bottoms enjoys limited appeal. Activities such as knitting are generally considered more popular and/or socially acceptable. However. Faced with a room of thirty delegates – some from as far away as Serbia […]

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