Forsinard Flows

Forsinard Flows

Forsinard Flows
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  • Building Bogs and Seasons End.

    It’s that time of year again, the Flows are turning russet and there is a definite chill in the air. Hats are most definitely back on (and thermals too) and it’s not too long until our visitor centre closes for the winter season. I’ve...
  • Going Batty at Forsinard

    We have 18 different species of bat found in the UK. And only 9 of which live in Scotland. And up North where we are at Forsinard, even fewer! This is because the climate is colder up here with wetter cooler weather, we have shorter nights in the summer...
  • Seawatching!

    We are lucky in the UK to have 23 species of cetacean seen in our waters, from the little harbour porpoise to the second largest of all the whales, the fin whale. The North and West coasts of Scotland have some of the best places to see species such as...
  • 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...
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