The committee is pleased to announce the winner of the 2023 photography competition.
records for the brown hare are not common in North Sutherland
With its long narrow tail, over half of body length, the species is easy to identify.
The great northern diver is an impressive visitor to be seen in our winter coastal waters, usually arriving around October and November.
Caddisflies are well known to most people interested in wildlife but they need a close look and some care for identification and aren’t very well recorded in the North-West Highlands, including in the North Sutherland area.
A foliose lichen in the family Teloschistaceae which is common throughout the UK and Ireland.
Sunday 1st October. Let’s keep the Farr Glebe buzzing!
23rd September at Borgie Breco. Wildlife Walk, nature activities and tree planting.
Botanist, and hawkweed specialist, Tim Rich has been in the area, following up on surveys he carried out in 2016-2017, which followed up on records going as far back as the 1800’s of some very rare hawkweeds.
These notes are intended to help people with deciding what to photograph