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 Around the woods Posted On June 21, 2011 This is a new idea which I will probably develop further after speaking to our site deviser. Meanwhile some latest sightings in CVCWT management areas:… Fox moth caterpillar Posted On February 20, 2014 Fox moth caterpillar active on grassy bank at Holm yesterday. Overwinters as a fully grown larva emerging briefly, without feeding, to bask in spring sunshine… Crossbills in Knockman Woods Posted On February 1, 2015 Can also be heard singing at this time of the year as they breed very early in the year so that they can take advantage of crops of cones on conifer trees before the cones open with the warmth of the spring sunshine and shed their seeds.