The Highlands of Scotland are known as a bit of a birder's paradise; from colourful migrants like the Bohemian Waxwing, to rare endemic species like the Scottish Crossbill.
The Moray Firth's charming Bottlenose dolphin population is a famous attraction for visitors from all across the globe. These summer superstars are some of the most dynamic animals in Scotland.
Big or small, the mammals of the Scottish landscape are always a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike. I mean, who doesn't love to watch Red Squirrels zipping among the treetops, or listen to stags roaring in the hills?
Wildlife comes in all shapes in sizes; some will flutter right past you, others will hop around under your feet. One thing's for certain, regardless of stature, these tiny head-turners are not to be missed.