Forsinard Flows

Forsinard Flows

Forsinard Flows
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  • Life as a Forest-to-Bog Restoration Project Intern on the Forsinard Flows

    By Rachel Seddon As I navigate my way across the open bog, scaling deer fences and scrambling out of collector drains and bog pools, I sometimes feel like I’m doing basic training, expecting at any minute for someone to bark orders at me, but...
  • Amazing Migration.

    We are now into August and suddenly it feels like Forsinard has become quieter when it comes to birds. Most people recognise swallows congregating on telephone wires, or the “V”s of geese flying overhead as signs of the changing of the seasons...
  • Flows on Film

    The blanket bog of the Flow Country is an amazing landscape and although, from the distance, it can look like a vast "empty" space it is in fact teeming with life. However it requires time and effort to see some of the most spectacular elements...
  • Discovering Bog Dragons for National Insect Week

    This is the second time Forsinard Flows has taken part in National Insect week. The national event is organised every two years by the Royal Entomological Society and aims to interest people of all ages in insect science, natural history and conservation...
  • Life is a hoot!

    For any of you who watched BBC Springwatch this year from our RSPB Minsmere reserve, you would no doubt have seen the tawny owl (Strix aluco) chick in the tree that they had a camera on and marvelled at the variety of items that it was fed by the adults...
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