A new study by Alicia R. Ventresca Miller and team of the University of Michigan employed isotopic analyses to investigate patterns of diet and mobility in Scythian populations.
Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Cardiff University followed tagged 56 Arctic peregrine falcons and tracked their journeys by satellite.
Fieldworkers and volunteer citizen scientists have collected around 50,000 observations from more than 2,500 individuals, providing precious information on survival and location of individual shags.
“A very ‘dark’ brown Chiffchaff was picked up exhausted in the porch at Airy”
On this day , 29th of September 1853, the ‘Annie Jane’ was wrecked close to Vatersay, Outer Hebrides.
Local MSP Maree Todd,SNP, has backed calls for a devolved migration policy for Scotland
“Today, genetic evidence suggests many Irish people have some Viking blood.”
This week sees the start of an Art Exhibition in Kirkwall, Stories Of Our Time by Robinson RR, here is a short review.
“folk are asking ‘is it really worthwhile to come and teach in Scotland?”
‘Section 28’was passed and legislated by the UK Government on the 24th of May 1988.