Megan Taylor (Wild Orkney Walks) took us on a delightful virtual walk from Finstown up to Loch Wasdale as part of the Orkney Foraging Fortnight.
Naturalist and Conservationist Dan Puplett took us on a virtual walk on Saturday 29th of August as part of the Orkney Foraging Fortnight.
“Nature surprises me, again and again. “
“We need to understand how resistant plants are to altered exposure to heat and cold, in order to understand biodiversity loss and to continue growing crops in changing climates.” Dr Lesley Lancaster
They had a range of bedding plants for sale as well as young trees I was pleased to see.
“Lockdown doesn’t have to mean locked in or locked up.”
“It might be said, what does the name matter? It’s only a label. But my response would be that identity is crucial to knowing. The name is also a gateway to a world of knowledge. “
“It is wonderful when we can live alongside the beauty of nature and enjoy its many physical and mental benefits.”
Beautiful photographs from Rosie Hopkins
Orkney News reader Rosie Hopkins has permitted us to share her stunning photos taken at Yesnaby.