Help hunt for a rare leaf beetle – Chrysolina intermedia.
Always a highlight for me to spot my first Drinker caterpillar, it is the herald of a new wildlife watching year.
The Northern February red is a priority conservation species in the UK because it is both endemic and declining.
Weasels are widely distributed throughout the entirety of mainland Britain and frequently seen in and around the North Sutherland area.
A lichen isn’t a plant and it isn’t an animal, it is a composite organism.
A short introductory guide on what to look for when walking along our coastline in order to get a better idea of the presence of the often-elusive otter.
In northern Scotland we are privileged to live close to, and occasionally see, one of the rarest native mammals found in Britain – the Pine marten
September is a good month to be spotting and smelling this fungus in North Sutherland!…
Gaelic: Muir-tèachd Where to look The Moon jellyfish, Britain’s most common jellyfish, is widespread in…
Status: Critically Endangered Flapper skates occur in the northern North Sea and off Scotland’s north-west…