We don't often see woodpeckers on West Ardnamurchan, though Paul Howes pictured one recently at Ockle - post here. We found this one on the road to Sanna, just past the turn to the Kilchoan water treatment palnt. When he flew out of the tree he headed further along the road, into territory which would have offered him few trees. Judging from the pale orange-red feathers just visible under its tail, it's a juvenile greater spotted woodpecker.
On a much less happy note, wood pigeons used to be rarely seen along this end of the peninsula. Now we have a flock of a dozen or more, and we live in fear of what they can do to our brassicas.