This morning I went off to Pollock Park, Glasgow to view and photograph a rare calf known as a silver dunn. The animal about 1 month old now. He is part of a family of Highland Cows called ‘Chorrach’. The calf is unusual because of its silver colour. His mother is yellow and father pure red. The following two images show the calf, which seemed a little nervous notwithstanding which I managed to obtain the images.


This could be the mother.

Here is a typical, red coloured, mother and calf which form part of the same herd.


Elsewhere today:

  • I am currently occupied with new tour enquiries including a gardens tour of Scotland and a Sinclair Clan themed tour.
  • Will be posting information to my separate Glasgow Ancestry blog information on Jamieson from a very old burial ground in Glasgow.
  • Weather in Glasgow is dry but on the cool side.
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