Right on the [Pacific] flyway, says Evans, eager to showcase the laguna potential as magnet for native flora and fauna. Want a list? Ring neck, ruddy, grebes, common loon, scaup s c a u p American widgeon. Evans interrupts himself to grab his binoculars and peer at a flock flapping overhead.

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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA Scots mum who was left blind and unable to walk after a mystery accident in 2016 has taken her first steps again.Donna Shinnie, 42, has defied doctors who told her that she’d never walk or speak again following a ten month stint in hospital.Medics feared the mum of one would be permanently blind and require round the clock care following the incident at Union Bridge in Aberdeen after a night out on April 26 2016.However, she has beaten the odds and is now working closely with North East Sensory Services (Ness) to regain confidence and independence.Gay man relives savage attack when thug told him all need to die Ms Shinnie, whose speech was also affected by the fall, was only kept alive in hospital after a doctor saw a “glint in her eye”.Her mother Linda Girling, 61, has cared for Donna since the incident along with her sisters and brother.She said: “Everything changed in that moment. We were in Pitlochry for a weekend away when we got the call from my son that Donna was in hospital.”Donna was a bit tipsy on a night out and was fooling about on the seats at the side of the Union Terrace bridge and went over down the hill.”We thought we were going to lose her, she was in intensive care and a coma the doctor said if he hadn seen a glint in her eye they would have let her go.””It was a real struggle at first, but we just decided we were going to work at it and make little improvements every day,” Linda said.”I said we would get her body working again I made her that promise.”She got an amazing family around her working so hard all the time to help her.”First she started speaking, then she got up on her feet, then was able to use a zimmer and eventually could walk independently. Now she walking all the time and even goes on a treadmill for 30 minutes a day.”Every week she was just able to do something more.