New Glengorm Wildlife Ranger for 2017

As I approach my fifth summer on the island, it is with great excitement that I can announce I will be the new Glengorm Wildlife Ranger for 2017.

You may have seen me before, clad in my yellow wellies hopping on and off the Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust’s research vessel Silurian, or dressed in a lime green T-shirt, hands grappling in a touch pool at the Mull Aquarium finding exciting creatures to show you all. However this year I am swapping my sea legs for my land ones, and my bright colours for khaki, as I explore the Glengorm estate in all its infinite beauty, ready to share my love and knowledge of the place with you all.

Having lived on the estate for nearly two years now, I am familiar with the comings and goings of the seasons.  The arrival of the first lamb, to the falling of the last cob nut. I’ve immersed myself in the clear icy waters of the bathing pools as curious otters swim out at sea and towelled myself off at flat rock whilst a sunfish swats the water with it enormous dorsal fin. The rutting deer have kept me awake at night, whilst overheard buzzards screech as I sip my hot morning coffee. Mice shuffling in the undergrowth, emerging if I am still for long enough.

I am looking forward to the step from casually observing the wildlife in my back-garden, to exploring the estate full-time showing you all that it has to offer.

So stay tuned and I will keep you up to date with some tall-tales and short-stories throughout the year and will let you know all the upcoming events and activities that I have planned for the season.

 Looking forward to seeing you on the estate soon!

Kerry Froud


8 comments on “New Glengorm Wildlife Ranger for 2017

  1. Well done Kerry. You will be an enormous asset. See you there on the summer. Wishing you everything of the best.x

  2. Congratulations on landing what seems like an idyllic job! We look forward to meeting you when we visit late in May! My daughters, who are 12 and 14, volunteer at a wildlife rehabilitation center here in Ohio (USA) and are so excited to explore Glengorm!

    1. Thank you for your message Christa, I certainly am very excited to be the Glengorm Ranger this year. That’s great that your daughters are already interested in wildlife, I’m looking forward to meeting you all in May and finding all about the wildlife rehabilitation they are involved with!

  3. Hi Kerry. Great to see you on Coll at the weekend. Hope you survived the Ceilidh. Looking forward to next time!! I’m on Mull on Thursday, but just in Craignure for a meeting. Best wishes, Carol.

  4. Hello Kerry we shall be staying at Glengorm on 19th-20th Feb and are very interested to learn if you can offer us a guided walk.
    Particularly interested in Raptors. Kind regards Richard and Maggie

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