February 18, 2014 Guided Walks Camy Fulmar Another interesting find on the beach at Kirkmabreck, a dead fulmar. One of the `tubenose’ species, the tube shaped nostrils used to secrete the saltwater taken in with their diet of seafood. Related Articles Working at High Camer Posted On February 12, 2015 Working at High Camer yesterday with the volunteers. Conifer sapling removal and pondwork. We were dredging the side of the pond as the rushes and… Pearl-bordered Fritillaries Posted On June 21, 2011 Survey to look for Pearl-bordered Fritillaries south east of High Camer Wood (NX 372732) on 4th June 2011: 10am – 2pm. Weather: Periods of cloud… Kirkmabreck Beach Posted On February 18, 2014 An awful lot of rubbish washed up onto Kirkmabreck beach recently in the heavy storms and high tides. A beach clean is on the cards!