Elrick had ranged in area stretching from Loch Lochy to Braemar, south from Loch Ness to Balquidder. She was south in the Balquidder area on 11 May and back to Braemar by the 15th. The range in total amounted to 5000 km²
Elrick, the sole surviving peregrine, has been ranging over 3200 square km. On 17th started in the Fort Augustus area but back to Braemar on 20th April and so up the glen to Glenfeshie and so to Gaick & Drumochter on 23rd. On 24th north to Monadhliaths again and along Great Glen south to Loch Lochy before on 25th flew back to Glen Tromie. On 27th and 28thin Glen Tilt and Drumochter.
Elrick has wandered over big chunks of the Highlands and on 19th April flew back to his wintering area around Braemar
In April moved her main focus to upper Glen Feshie although she was back at Braemar on 6th/7th April. On 8th/9th April she roosted overnight at Dumochter and next day made a great circular flight of 120 miles. At 11m she was at Morvich, near Inverinate in SW Ross and then north to be oiver the hills inland from Leckmelm at 4pm. She tyurned east and flew over Alldale to be at Carn Chuinneg at 8pm before roosting for the night just east of Kildermorie Lodge. What an interesting tour of the north of Scotland, hope she stays up in the north as it’s safer for peregrines than on the eastern grouse moors
No further information from Rowan’s transmitter
On 27th/28th March Elrick roosted south of Cromie during another round trip to Perthshire. She was also near Tromiebridge in Badenoch on 25th March, and then seetled down in Deeside
Rowan made another westerly flight on 17th to Loch Voil and was then in the Loch Tay and Aberfeldy area to 20th, when she returned to her usual Angus hills
Elrick was regularly moving in March between Inverey, Braemar to the Glenfeshie march, but on night of 18th/19th March she roosted in a pine wood in Glen Feshie. On 19th she set off west and flew south over Corrour at midday and by 2pm was at Loch Lyon, two hours later was on south side of Loch Tay and then roosted overnight in a wood south of Ardtainag. Next day she travelled up Loch Tay, then north over Loch Tummel at midday and by the afternoon was back at Glenfeshie where she roosted again in pine trees.
Elrick moving around in that area as far west as Glenfeshie march