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  • FlyHobbs Aviation Day and Fly-In

        FlyHobbs is excited to announce the first FlyHobbs Aviation Day. This event is planned for Saturday, June 20, 2015 from 8 am – 1 pm, hosted at the Lea County Regional Airport in Hobbs, NM. Representatives of FlyHobbs and Lea County are working to put together the event. We are reaching out to several pilots all around the region to fly in their personal planes to have a vast plane show for the...
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Fall Vacation ideas: Roaring and Rutting Ramble, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, October 16, 23, and 30: Book your flight now
Herds of red deer, Scotland’s largest surviving native land mammal, live throughout the idyllic Outer Hebrides archipelago. While the donkey-size deer can be spotted year-round, viewing the autumn rut (the kickoff to breeding season) is a particularly “enchanting spectacle,” says North Harris Trust ranger Matt Watts. North Harris—the wild and mountainous northern part of the chain's Isle of Harris—is home to a herd of more than 1,100 red deer. Three Thursdays in October Watts leads free Roaring and Rutting guided walks into the glens, where the herd’s stags (males) posture, roar, and battle. “The glens we walk through are like natural amphitheaters, amplifying the roars of the stags and bouncing the echoes around the countryside,” Watts explains. “If we’re lucky, we get to witness the stags confront each other in competition for control over groups of hinds [female red deer]. For me, it’s the most amazing time of year to take a walk through the glens of North Harris.”
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