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6 Apr 2020

St Abb’s Head through the seasons: spring

Written by Laurie Campbell and Liza Cole
A brown hare sitting among green grass. The black tips of its long ears can be seen. It’s chewing an ear of grass.
Laurie Campbell
Spring is when St Abb’s Head wakes up after the long winter. Colourful flowers start to bloom, migrant birds and seabirds fly in from afar, and everything settles down to breed.

As part of our celebrations of the 40th anniversary of St Abb’s Head being in the Trust’s care, we asked award-winning nature photographer Laurie Campbell to put together four galleries of his photographs, one for each season. Laurie lives locally and has a lifetime of experience of taking nature photos at St Abb’s Head. It’s a joy to see things through his eyes.

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