Scott, B / April 1995 – vol. 88, issue 4, pp 201–208 Standing on the top of Sletill Hill, the view was fantastic. For early November in Caithness, the weather was no less fantastic: clear blue skies, not a breath of wind, and temperatures that almost warranted shirt sleeves. Away to the east, Loch More was clearly visible, and to the west the peak of Ben Griam Beg. This is the Flow country, home of breeding birds that range from Common Greenshank Tr... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.