- Bog asphodel dominates the hillsides
- Sundews flower
- Greater butterfly orchid in flower
- Eagle and osprey young fledge
- Large rafts of feeding shearwaters and young auks off the coast.
- Mountain ringlet, large heath and northern brown argus peak early in month, scotch argus emerges later.
- Whales and basking sharks feeding around Small Isles
- Beautiful demoiselle on wing in Morvern
- Young eagles flying
- Peak period for cetacean watching including dolphins and porpoise with calves
- Migratory shearwaters and skuas in passage
- Roe deer rut, bucks active
- Late summer flowers include displays of devil’s-bit scabious, knapweed and harebell
- Heather moorland turns purple
- Large flocks of moulting eider in sea lochs
- Purple hairstreak flying in oak canopies of Sunart
- Berries provide feast for many, including nimble pine martens
- Bracken turns golden
- Summer migrants start to flock before departing, including late ospreys.
- Lots of young raptors about to coincide with flocking pipits preparing to leave the glens
- Blackcock back on lek after moulting
- Cetaceans and sharks still feeding in warm seas until equinox.
- Pine marten kits fully grown and more independent
- Peak in dragonfly numbers, with species including common and southern hawker, Highland and black darter