The deer in Glen Strathfarrar seem to be either farmed or at least supplied with supplementary feeding and they are not really very wild.
The south block, with the mirrored north block just showing.
On the road to Longhorsley.
Showing the tall spire, from the south.
The small settlement on the north side of Kielder village is called Catcleugh after the stream that joins the River North Tyne nearby, a name also shared with the reservoir on the A68 much further east. Both names provide a memory of the wildcats that were once found in both areas of north Northumberland.
Reintroduction of the wild lynx has been considered in this area in the past and there have been frequent recent sightings of big cats.
Looking over Coquetdale.
Viewlaw farm just visible through the hedge.