Mirran Hall has sent us this picture she took on March 8th.
Switch off and give an hour for Earth on Saturday 25 March at 8:30 pm – joining millions across the world.
The Lost Gardens of Orkney, 11, The Big Tree
“For me the Big Tree has always stood somewhere near where the rainbow ends” – Stanley Cursiter
The Sabre Toothed Marsupial
Popularly known as the “marsupial (or metatherian) sabertooth” because its extraordinarily large upper canines, Thylacosmilus lived in South America until its extinction about 3 million years ago.
Sgathaich: Comic Con Scotland North East 2023
Over this last weekend I was at Comic Con Scotland North East at P&J Live, in Aberdeen.
“I’ve made my own Museum of
Happiness,” Stuart A. Paterson, Images by John Mowat
Opening ” a unique window on the diversity of early life on Earth.”
A small piece of Rhynie fossil plant with fossil fungi colonising the ends, viewed through a microscope. Image credit: Loron et al
Women’s Rights #OnThisDay
On 19th of March 1911 the first International Women’s Day was held
GMB’s ‘Greenvoe’ Explored by BBC Alba
Sar-sgeoil: Greenvoe airs on BBC ALBA on Tuesday 21 March at 9pm and will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer for 30 days after.
Space Notes: Scottish SF Writers
“In the 1940s and 50s the first flowering of Scottish space fiction was on radio, with young adult fiction by John Keir Cross from Carluke (The Angry Planet, Return to Mars) and Angus MacVicar from Campbeltown, two of whose Lost Planet serials also made it to television”