Graeme Pallister of 63 Tay Street
plucked this little guy into a perfect #LocalHonestSimple roasting bird!
Two Turtle Doves
Doves and pigeons are from the same family and both love a Perthshire Doo'cot, as captured by Fraser Band
Three French Hens
Three Perthshire Hens belonging to Dr Ben and chased into a corner for a pic by Kristy Ashton
Four Calling Birds
This Calling Bird (another name for a Blackbird! Who knew?) is enjoying the fruits of the Perthshire Wildlife
HQ apple trees.
Five Golden Rings
Designed and handcrafted by the talented Linda Byers from Byers & Co
and popped onto a log for a pic by Cain. Six Geese A Laying
Flying south rather than laying, but so beautiful in their flight over Errol we had to inlcude this image from Kristy Ashton
. Seven Swans A Swimming
Two swans swimming on the South Inch Pond, taken from our Nature on Your Doorstep
gallery by Rab Robbie.
Eight Maids A Milking
The only Perthshire maids we could find happy to milk were the Princesses and Fairy God-Mothers of Fun Junction!
Nine Ladies Dancing
There were plenty of ladies (and gentlemen!) dancing in the streets during the St Andrews Day Festival in Perth. View full gallery>Ten Lords A Leaping
Lord Provost Dr Robert Ritchie and Chairman of The Gannochy Trust Mr W G Farquharson are who we've got to thank for 50 years of Live Active Leisure
thanks to a conversation on a train journey where both expressed an interest in building a sports centre for the community.
The Red Hot Chilli Pipers gave a foot stomping performance at the St Andrews Day Festival
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo joined a parade along Tay Street from the South Inch as part of the Treaty of Perth Celebrations