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A walk on the wild side at Clachtoll

Another rough week of weather but the sun tried to shine for us and people came out to join myself, Andy, David and Avril on a walk around Clachtoll, learning about wildlife recording and its importance. So fully waterproofed up (just in case!), we headed out! Assynt Field Club, of which Andy, David and Avril

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A Liking for Lichen

Last week I spent my time wandering around woodlands learning about the Lichens that are associated with out Atlantic Hazel Woodlands. Along side the Assynt Field Club, we were joined by Andy Acton of the British Lichen Society for a pretty intense 5 days of Lichens. Atlantic Hazel Woodlands are classed as Hazel (Corylus avellana)

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Clachtoll Seashore Day

Tuesday saw the return of the annual Clachtoll Sand Sculpture Contest and Seashore Day and CALL headed down to join the festivities. Contestants had the morning to design and create their sculptures for judging at 1pm. There were some amazing efforts and great fun was had by all. The afternoon bought many seashore activities such

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A Cheeky Raven and Cheeky Dippers

Guest blog and photography by Chris Puddephatt from 27th May 2017. It’s looking like a lovely day, and I’m walking in with the “top path team”, as I think it’s my last opportunity to shoot work at the Bealach for this season. The journey is becoming familiar now. A few miles later and we’re off the

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What’s different about Suilven?

Guest blog by Mandy Haggith, a director of the Assynt Foundation. Suilven is often described as an ‘iconic’ mountain, and it is certainly distinctive, with its long side-profile and sugar-loaf mounded summit. From different angles it looks like an elephant, or a camel, or a whale.  From the sea it is an unmistakable marker post for

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What's On… at Quinag!

Fancy an amphibian encounter or the benefit of the expertise of local Naturalist Ian Evan to explore the wildlife and plants of Quinag?  Or perhaps you would like to make a contribution to conservation with your time and effort as a JMT volunteer?   Romany Garnett, Quinag Conservation Officer with John Muir Trust shares the schedule of

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeTuesday, December 11th, 2018 at 4:28pm

We were delighted to join the #ThanksToYou campaign this year and hold a Coigach and Assynt themed free quiz night for #NationalLottery players. Our event was one of hundreds across the country included in the campaign to say Thank you to...

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeSaturday, December 8th, 2018 at 5:12pm

Final countdown to our #ThanksToYou Quiz night tonight at Coigach Community Hall! Doors open 7:30pm, free entry with a National Lottery ticket or £2 otherwise, under 16s free with an adult, and remember it's BYOB!

Bring your own drinks, we've...

Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeWednesday, December 12th, 2018 at 12:42pm

Happy #InternationalMountainDay! #DYK @coigachassynt is one of the largest landscape-scale restoration projects in Europe covering over 635km² https://t.co/Wa0SlDGoHF

#NationalLottery #HLFsupported

Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeTuesday, December 11th, 2018 at 1:19pm

It's #InternationalMountainDay so here's what @JohnMuirTrust have been up to with the Suilven Path Repair Project over the last 2 years https://t.co/l3xjAvyKMo #HLFSupported @nature_scot @AssyntFndn

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