“The impact of climate change may be greater on areas where stability has been the norm over extremely long time periods.” Dr Colin Beale
“This new tool offers the advantage of being able to conduct inspection and analysis of 3D data remotely, while still obtaining precise results.” Lyn Wilson, HES
The Small Copper butterfly appears to be struggling, with numbers in Scotland falling by a third in the last ten years.
The Mabie Forest nature reserve near Dumfries is one of the richest Scottish sites for butterflies.
Please come along to Orphir Community Centre on Saturday 14th March – 11:30am – 5:00pm
“We parked in the car park, walked along the board walk, crossed the road, and, on the entrance gate to the path, saw the first of the new signs – one which I heartily approve of!”
“While we recognise that fencing and gating can be visually intrusive, it has been necessary to install a robust structure to withstand the high winds in Orkney.”
The Bumblebee Conservation Trust is asking people to record what they find, and if they think they have found a Great Yellow bumblebee, to take photographs to help experts confirm identification.
On 21st of April, 1838, John Muir was born in Dunbar, Scotland.
The site is the most visited place on Orkney and is frequented not just by visitors but by locals too.