The blue burn winds its way slowly through the peat bogs in a lazy, serpentine path. But when it approaches the sea it quickly carves a channel through the sand dunes, and then runs merrily across the beach and into the ocean, happy to have reached its destination at last.

At the point where it reaches the beach there are many large boulders, which have been tumbled into place over the years. These form hazardous stepping stones, but make excellent perches for Algy and the other birds. Algy loves to sit on these rocks, listening to the happy sound of the water as it skips and jumps around him, and gazing across the beach into the west …

Listen to the sounds of the burn around Algy’s perch on the rocks.

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