A window into the world of the National Trust for Scotland Rangers at St Abbs.
Tuesday, 17 May 2016
I was out and about yesterday morning and I just happened to be in the right place at the right time to see a small pod of harbour popoise swimming off the western end of the reserve. Didn't get a picture, but here's one got off the net that shows you nicely what to look out for. A brief glimpse of a grey back with a triangular fin - some describe them as looking like a little spiked wheel brekaing the water surface. The height of the cliffs at St Abb's Head and the panoramic views make it a great place to look out for these and other cetaceans, so keep your eyes peeled, you never know your luck! Liza.