Bute Project – Coming out of Winter’s Darkness

Winter obviously isn’t over yet, but at least the days are noticeably longer, and it’s time to get out and look at some more of Bute’s coastline. The report on last year’s work is now complete and I hope to have printed copies ready soon. This year’s work will be starting at Stravannan Bay (where the last survey finished) and moving on round the south coast of the island, ending up at Kilchattan Bay. If you are interested in taking part, the following dates are now in the calendar: Wednesday 23rd February Tuesday 8th March Wednesday 23rd March Contact via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Equipment Reminder

A reminder to everyone that ACFA holds survey equipment such as boards, radios, GPS, compasses available to ACFA members planning a survey.

Photographic Competition Results 2009

First prize and Quaich goes to Bruce Henry for his photo -

“Can I stand on a box please Daddy?”

 

Can I stand on a box please, Daddy?

Second equal places go to Sue Hothersall for “Crisp Spring Weather”  

Crisp Spring Weather

and

Scott Wood for “A Vertical Study” 

A Vertical Study

Raasay Survey Team Disbanded

Friday 17th April saw the Raasay Volunteers officially disbanded by Scott Wood after a week of hard work and beautiful weather. The island’s survey has now been completed save for a few minor points. John Macdonald and Scott have to be congratulated on many years of diligent work which has given rise to a series of publications on the island.

Bute Landscape Project

Contact Sue Hothersall This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for up-to-date information about the Bute Landscape Project.