Forsinard Flows

Forsinard Flows

Forsinard Flows
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  • 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...
  • Dragon Finding at Forsinard

    As you may have read in my previous blog “Frog Blog” we have some common frog Rana temporaria tadpoles living in our visitor centre, or at least growing in our tank until they are released back onto the bog! Watching these amazing amphibians...
  • International Dawn Chorus Day

    International Dawn Chorus Day at the RSPB Forsinard Flows nature reserve. International Dawn Chorus Day is a world wide celebration of the wonderful sound of the dawn chorus. We have an unusual dawn chorus here at Forsinard. Many of the species are...
  • Night life of the black lakes

    Night life of the black lakes by Mark Hancock (Senior Conservation Scientist) Forsinard reserve and the Flows of northern Scotland are famous for their 'dubh lochs' - literally 'black lakes': so named because their water is naturally...
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