The results of the 2023 citizen science annual Big Garden Birdwatch are in and the Starling has come in top in Orkney but in Scotland the no.1 spot again goes to the House Sparrow.
#Brodgar – Protecting the Path
It’s been several months since we last paid a visit to The Ring of Brodgar. We went on Saturday 11th of February 2023 to see how the protection measures were faring at this World Heritage Site
The Power of Citizen Science: Tracking Invasive Species
A damselfly species that came to the UK from Europe poses a minimal risk to native damselflies and dragonflies, new research shows. Recently in The Orkney News we published an article about […]
Rise in Plastic Nurdle Pollution Recorded in 2022
1,365 people took part including groups from 63 organisations.
Citizen Scientists Helping To Explore The Moon
The public and schools are also invited to use lunar images to identify features and plot a journey for a rover
Risso’s Dolphins: Enhancing Our Understanding Through Citizen Science
“Risso’s dolphins are predominantly deep water lovers and are therefore relatively unstudied” Image shows Risso’s dolphin spy-hopping credit Colin Bird
Big Seaweed Search : Stronsay
Events for Stronsay Climate Festival
Introduction to Marine Citizen Science: Stronsay
Events in Stronsay for the Climate Festival
Citizen Science Festival Events: Stronsay
workshops and events in Stronsay for the Citizen Science Festival
Take Part in the Big Butterfly Count
This year’s Big Butterfly Count runs from the 15th July to the 7th August.