A red squirrel translocation day

Screen Shot 2017-02-24 at 09.11.30 Our Founder was on hand to document the process of relocating red squirrels with our Wildlife Officer, Becky Priestley ... read more

  • 24th Feb 2017, by Alan Watson Featherstone

Misty day in Glen Cannich, part 1

Screen Shot 2017-02-06 at 13.21.05 Our Founder visited Glen Cannich at the beginning of the year to photograph red deer. While there was no shortage of them to offer some great close encounters, there was also a mysterious veil of mist ... read more

  • 6th Feb 2017, by Alan Watson Featherstone

Fantastic fungi

Screen Shot 2017-01-23 at 09.28.51 Our Founder looks at the weird and wonderful world of fungi and how their ecological relationships within the forest make them a vital part of the ecosystem ... read more

  • 23rd Jan 2017, by Alan Watson Featherstone

Damp winter days in Glen Affric

Screen Shot 2017-01-05 at 16.44.25 With branches mostly bare of leaves, our Founder heads to Glen Affric to discover that one tree had decided to do things differently this year ... read more

  • 5th Jan 2017, by Alan Watson Featherstone

An unexpected sight in an aspen tree

Screen Shot 2016-12-18 at 18.25.46 Our Founder discovered more than just autumn leaves when looking at the aspens whilst visiting Glen Affric recently ... read more

  • 18th Dec 2016, by Alan Watson Featherstone

Seven year wait for a fungus

IMG_1682 Our Founder revisits a special oak tree at Dundreggan to see if a once-seen fungus has returned ... read more

  • 28th Nov 2016, by Alan Watson Featherstone

A wonder-full day at Dundreggan, part 2

Screen Shot 2016-11-07 at 13.34.19 Our Founder continues on from his last blog and his autumnal day at Dundreggan. A closer look at aspen and juniper sheds light onto the complexity of forest ecosystems  ... read more

  • 7th Nov 2016, by Alan Watson Featherstone

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