LNHG Monthly Talk – Tuesday 13th October

“The Forming of the Easdale Slates”  a talk by Alastair Fleming. Alastair is a local geologist, teacher and writer who lives on Luing and like many of our speakers is a Lorn Natural History Group member. The talk starts at 19.30 hours at Seil Island Hall, Ellenabeich, Seil, and is free to members, £2 to Read More …

SWT – A Boat Trip with Sealife Adventures – Tuesday 13th October 2015

SWT have organised a four-hour Wildlife Cruise with Sealife Adventures to the Corryvreckan on Tuesday 13th October at 10:00 hrs There are a couple of places left on this boat trip. Any takers? Cost is £50 per person. If you’re interested please get in touch with Tony Mitchell-Jones on T: 07788 497796 or E: tony@swtalg.org.uk

Biological Recording and the Use of Social Media – Thursday 15th October 2015

‘Biological Recording and the use of Social Media’ Thursday 15th October 2015 – 14:00 to 16:00 hrs The event will be held at the Atlantic Islands Centre on Luing. A talk by Richard Wesley of Lorn Natural History Group about the importance of biological recording and the use of Facebook as a recording medium. With Read More …

Studying the Garvellachs – Thurs 8th October 2015

“Studying the Garvellachs – Why are these rocks world-famous?” A display & talk by Tony Spencer, at the Atlantic Islands Centre. Display from 6.00pm; Talk 7.45pm. Bar and refreshments available from 6.15pm-10:30pm. Tony has been working for several summers on the Garvellachs. Those on passing boats may have seen a lone figure and wondered what Read More …

‘Wild Islands’ – a local wildlife film by Sara Frost

For those on the Sealife Adventures boat trip on Saturday here is a sample of some of the creatures we may see on our four hour trip to the Corryvreckan and the Great Race. Sara Frost who was a wildlife guide with David Ainsley for a couple of years, produced this excellent film called ‘Wild Read More …

Field Trip to Luing – Saturday 16th January

As we assembled at Cuan waiting for the ferry to take us over to Luing, I’m sure we were all wondering whether the conditions were going to be kind to us after the very stormy night we had just experienced. Our numbers had been depleted by cancellations following the weather forecast and the overnight heavy Read More …