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    ,jonny
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    Hi Everyone, I’d just like to say hello to everyone as this is my first message on the K illinwebsite. I have been to Killin 3 times and I shall be coming back in October and I am really looking forward to it.
    I am a keen photographer and I am hoping to see some wildlife (Deer and Birds of prey) so if anyone has any ideas of locations I would be Grateful to hear from you.
    Regards to all,
    Jonny

    #37505
    ,Paul Bettison
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    Hi Jonny,
    I you go down to the Bridge of Balgie Glen Lyon area & look for a no through road sign follow that road to what they call the Lochs area this road takes you to Loch un Daimh you are just about guaranteed to see deer there & virtually no one else apart from a few hill walkers, you can then go on to Loch Lyon plenty of deer, if you drive on with Loch Lyon on your left you will come to a dam carry on past the dam and this road will take you to Glen Lochay ( its not on the map be careful on this road its got a few potholes in it) and back to Killin
    Glen Lyon is a beautiful glen and not to be missed, you must have a bit to eat at the Bridge of Balgie post office highly recommend, there is always some chaffinches hanging around so you could take some photos of them.
    Please take some time to look at my photos on my page.
    Regards,
    Paul.

    #37507
    ,jonny
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    Hi Paul, Thanks for your reply, I will try your route, do you think it will be ok by car? or would it be better by bike. I’m impressed with your photography.
    I’m really looking forward to my 4th visit to Killin, I would think the autumn colours will be showing in October.
    Best Regards, Jon

    #37506
    ,Paul Bettison
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    Hi Jon, You could try it by car first but it would be great to do it by bike, think it is about a 20 mile plus route if you ask in the Killin Outdoor Centre I am sure the will be able to give you good advice about the route and how long it is, all been well we are going to Killin in October like you hoping for some good Autumn colours.
    Regards,
    Paul

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