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Stalcaireachd Fèidh an Choire Ghearraig (2 à 2)
EXTERNAL ID
GB1796_SINCLAIR_ALANMACINTYRE_02
ÀITE
Choire Ghearraig
SGÌRE
Lagan
SIORRACHD/PARRAIST
INBHIR NIS: Lagan
LINN
1980an; 1990an
CRUTHADAIR
Alan MacIntyre
NEACH-FIOSRACHAIDH
Taigh-tasgaidh is Gaileiridh Ealan Inbhir Nis
AITHNEACHADH MAOINE
1803
KEYWORDS
stalcairean
oighreachdan
claistinneach

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Tha Beinn Choire Ghearraig aig a' cheann an iar dheas de Bheanntan a' Mhonaidh Liath ann an sgìre Bhàideanach is Srath Spè air a' Ghàidhealtachd. San earrainn èisteachd seo, cluinnear Uilleam Mac na Ceàrdaich is e a' bruidhinn ri Ailean Mac an t-Saoir, a b' àbhaist a bhith na stalcaire ann an sgìre a' Choire Ghearraig.

Alan: At this time o the year they're, they're droppin' their antlers.

Bill: Now, you're just lifting up an antler now.

Alan: Then they've been chewin' that too.

Bill: How do they chew the antlers?

Alan: Well, it must be somethin' that they want out o them. They must get some good out o that, ye know? Ah don't know really what good they get out o it, but ye see, they do that a lot like, ye know? They must get - Ah don't know - is it calcium or what they get out o it?

Bill: You don't often see red deer antlers lying around the hill?

Alan: Not really, we get them jist where, droppin' off maybe, where the - Ah see another one lyin' over there.

Bill: Oh, you can see it there sticking up quite distinctly there on the grass. Seems quite a large one here.

Alan: It does, aye.

Bill: Do they usually drop them full size or are they pretty small, bits and pieces, before they come down here with them?

Alan: Naw, ye get big horns jist, ye know, jist - That's aboot - Ye see, they huvnae chewed that one at all, it's - Well, they have tried to -

Bill: One, two, three, four, a five-pointer. So it could be a, what, about a ten-pointer stag?

Alan: That would probably be a ten-pointer, that would - Ye would say that one wis goin back. See how it's sittin short on that point there?

Bill: Yes. Oh, here's another one.

Alan: That one's fairly fresh off; ye can see the blood still round the root. Ah think that one's been off a whiley longer.

Bill: Oh, you can tell by the one that's fresh off. It's quite white, actually, with the blood round the, the, as you say, the root.

Alan: The root. That's it. In fact that looks like a...

Bill: How long do you think that one's been off?

Alan: ...that's like a matcher.

Bill: Yes, it certainly does. It is a pair.

Alan: Ah'd say it was a pair, aye.

Bill: Well, there you are; going out onto the hill and finding two antlers and there they are, a perfect matching pair.

Alan: Off the same stag, aye.

Bill: Is that a normal thing for you to find like this, Alan?

Alan: It's not really, no. It's, that's quite - It's not often ye get the two that ye could say wis - that would match like that, ye know?

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Stalcaireachd Fèidh an Choire Ghearraig (2 à 2)

INBHIR NIS: Lagan

1980an; 1990an

stalcairean; oighreachdan; claistinneach

Taigh-tasgaidh is Gaileiridh Ealan Inbhir Nis

Bill Sinclair Audio: Deer

Tha Beinn Choire Ghearraig aig a' cheann an iar dheas de Bheanntan a' Mhonaidh Liath ann an sgìre Bhàideanach is Srath Spè air a' Ghàidhealtachd. San earrainn èisteachd seo, cluinnear Uilleam Mac na Ceàrdaich is e a' bruidhinn ri Ailean Mac an t-Saoir, a b' àbhaist a bhith na stalcaire ann an sgìre a' Choire Ghearraig.<br /> <br /> Alan: At this time o the year they're, they're droppin' their antlers. <br /> <br /> Bill: Now, you're just lifting up an antler now.<br /> <br /> Alan: Then they've been chewin' that too. <br /> <br /> Bill: How do they chew the antlers?<br /> <br /> Alan: Well, it must be somethin' that they want out o them. They must get some good out o that, ye know? Ah don't know really what good they get out o it, but ye see, they do that a lot like, ye know? They must get - Ah don't know - is it calcium or what they get out o it?<br /> <br /> Bill: You don't often see red deer antlers lying around the hill?<br /> <br /> Alan: Not really, we get them jist where, droppin' off maybe, where the - Ah see another one lyin' over there.<br /> <br /> Bill: Oh, you can see it there sticking up quite distinctly there on the grass. Seems quite a large one here.<br /> <br /> Alan: It does, aye.<br /> <br /> Bill: Do they usually drop them full size or are they pretty small, bits and pieces, before they come down here with them?<br /> <br /> Alan: Naw, ye get big horns jist, ye know, jist - That's aboot - Ye see, they huvnae chewed that one at all, it's - Well, they have tried to - <br /> <br /> Bill: One, two, three, four, a five-pointer. So it could be a, what, about a ten-pointer stag?<br /> <br /> Alan: That would probably be a ten-pointer, that would - Ye would say that one wis goin back. See how it's sittin short on that point there?<br /> <br /> Bill: Yes. Oh, here's another one. <br /> <br /> Alan: That one's fairly fresh off; ye can see the blood still round the root. Ah think that one's been off a whiley longer.<br /> <br /> Bill: Oh, you can tell by the one that's fresh off. It's quite white, actually, with the blood round the, the, as you say, the root. <br /> <br /> Alan: The root. That's it. In fact that looks like a...<br /> <br /> Bill: How long do you think that one's been off?<br /> <br /> Alan: ...that's like a matcher.<br /> <br /> Bill: Yes, it certainly does. It is a pair.<br /> <br /> Alan: Ah'd say it was a pair, aye.<br /> <br /> Bill: Well, there you are; going out onto the hill and finding two antlers and there they are, a perfect matching pair. <br /> <br /> Alan: Off the same stag, aye.<br /> <br /> Bill: Is that a normal thing for you to find like this, Alan?<br /> <br /> Alan: It's not really, no. It's, that's quite - It's not often ye get the two that ye could say wis - that would match like that, ye know?