Spectacular images by photographer Noel Donaldson.
This year the survey of our garden visitors take place over the weekend of 29th to 31st of January.
“people with access to outdoor spaces and with nature views, managed to maintain a more positive mood during lockdown”,
“I know it’s wrong to curse people – Lord, but I’m tempted sometimes. Two wrongs don’t make a right, so I won’t.”
The carcasses of 7 greylag geese have been found dumped on the foreshore at the Loch of Ayre, St Marys, Holm.
New research led by Queen’s University Belfast has found that man-made noise changes the signals of animals, hampering their communication with each other.
“Here’s the tale…..”
Two speakers – Dr Sarah Crowe an ecologist and Erlend Spence an Orcadian farmer both spoke about the actions they have taken and how we can move forward in Orkney to improve our natural environment.
RSPB Scotland’s David Hunt shares his experience of the magic of the Inner Forth and how its changing tides draw him in.
“The recovery of the pine marten should be welcomed as it can help restore ecosystem function and conserve one of our favorite native animals. “