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About and Contact

My name is Ron Bury and I live in Tomich, a small village on the north east edge of the Glen Affric Nature Reserve in the Highlands of Scotland.


Through this website I actively support the restoration of the native forest in the Scottish Highlands and the general concept of rewilding including the reintroduction of native species which have been driven to extinction by human activity.

I am retired and use my time to discover what animals still survive in this area of the highlands. I make extensive use of  Ltl Acorn remote cameras.

I became so involved in the use of these cameras that since 2011 I have been providing a voluntary technical support service for the Ltl Acorn range of trail cameras.
I am happy to give advice by telephone or Skype as and when I'm available.
Please go to the Technical Support Page for more information.

How to contact me

Skype Name: ron.bury
Please make a contact request to talk
If you do not have Skype you can download here
Important: When you make a contact request, please include a message that states your interest otherwise your request will be declined.

Phone: +44  (0) 1456 415726  - If I don't answer please leave a message and your contact number and I'll call you back.

Mobile: (no signal in my local area) If  I am mobile (on wheels) the number to try is: 07920 198695
Do not leave a message if I don't answer because I will not respond.

eMail:  ronbury28[at]
Important: I do not analyse camera user problems/faults by email, only by Skype or telephone. You are welcome to make initial contact by email but please keep it brief and include Skype name and/or phone number. Also make a contact request via Skype and please state a reason.

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My home address can be made available to anyone who has a genuine reason for visiting me.

Scottish Red Squirrel Survey.

I've been surveying Red Squirrels with the Highland Red Squirrel Group since 2004 as part of the Scottish Squirrel survey.

You can find out more about the Scottish Squirrel Survey from the Scottish Squirrels web site.

Scottish Wildcats.

Scottish Wildcats are this country's most endangered land predator and, like red squirrels, are desperately under-recorded in this area. Because of this, I have recently started to look for signs of these animals while carrying out squirrel surveys. I hope to get more involved with efforts to protect this species.

Trees for Life.

Restoring and enlarging the Scottish wildwood is, I believe, the most important task in improving bio-diversity in the Scottish Highlands; which is why I support Trees for Life, and I hope you will be able to as well.

Mature Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris) freed from the yoke of a Spruce plantation by clear felling

Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis) plantation set against the Affric hills

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This web site is about the wildlife, particularly the mammals, of the Glen Affric National Nature Reserve area in the north west Highlands of Scotland, UK; and the equipment I use to search for them, which is chiefly trail cameras.

I provide a technical support and parts service for the Ltl Acorn range of cameras and the income from this provides for the upkeep of this site and the purchase of cameras for my own surveying.

I hope you find the site useful and informative; and please contact me if you have any questions that I haven't already covered.