Predicting what uncommon species are likely to arrive in late Spring is impossible – there are always some common species which don’t turn up and a few very uncommon species which do!
To support the sector to meet the costs of reopening, the National Development Body for museums and galleries in Scotland, Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS), has launched a new COVID-19 Adaptation Fund.
The Ring of Brodgar as the longest day nears its sunset, 20th June 2020 between 11.15pm and 11.45pm.
“We were thinking of where to go – not too far – and we settled on Evie Sands (aka Aikerness Beach).”
On 21st of June 1919 the German High Seas Fleet was scuttled in Scapa Flow, Orkney
“Before it was a bookshop the premises were part of Stockan’s bakery. Before that the tiny building was a tea shop, a painters and a grocers.”
Two Orcadian women, artist Fiona MacInnes and Kelly Marwick have collaborated to produce a poster for the campaign Black Lives Matter in Orkney.
The procession slips across the meadow/senses acute to birdsong,
Review of ‘How Scotland Lost Her Parliament and what came of it’ by Charles Waddie, 1891, available now on the Random Scottish History website.
“Nearly 80 million women, children and men around the world have been forced from their homes as refugees or internally displaced people.”