“This time, I saw a different kind of frog…..one of the smaller, darker ones, with a knobbly back. “
more froggy news
‘As I walked down the garden to feed the birds this morning (3rd March), I thought I heard “Ribbit, Ribbit.”’
Year-Round Surveys Shed New Light On Marine Wildlife
Record numbers of volunteers took part in research expeditions organised by the Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust last year
Get Ready for the Big Garden Bird Watch
Over the 25th to the 27th of January the Big Garden Bird Watch will be taking place again this year.
Orkney Nature Festival 2020
The highly successful event will run from 9 – 17 May 2020.
Winter Wildlife in Your Garden
supporting birds and other creatures in your garden
Scotland’s Future: Planting Mountaintop Forests
Trees for Life is establishing a 700-acre mountaintop woodland of 100,000 trees at its Dundreggan Conservation Estate in Glenmoriston near Loch Ness.
Noise Pollution Affects the Behaviour of a Wide Range of Species
The research highlighted a number of threats caused by noise pollution to a range of species that could have implications for survival and population.
An Orcadian Abroad –
“Mike was due to go to a meeting in the Bahamas.”