Gaelic

25thJanuary 2023

Everyone’s a winner

25.01.23|Categories: Places|Tags: , , , , , |

This post in Scottish Pollinators (19 January 2023) reports on Keep Scotland Beautiful’s Its Your Neighbourhood’winning projects, where communities are supporting biodiversity and engaging and educating local people. Yorkhill Greenspaces in Glasgow retained their Pollinator Friendly prize. Calling on the support of more than 100 volunteers, and 90 pupils from [...]

20thOctober 2022

The month of the stags – the red deer rut

20.10.22|Categories: Resources|Tags: , , , |

The evolving story of this iconic species in Scotland is a complex one. It is explored in this blog on Scotland’s Nature (20 October 2022). This also touches how our long connection with deer is reflected in the Gaelic language, and how deer impact on woodland in the landscape.

30thAugust 2022

Two Basking Fish of the West Highland summer

30.08.22|Categories: Resources|Tags: , , , , |

In this Scotland’s Nature blog post (August 29, 2022) Roddy Maclean shares his enthusiasm for two amazing summer visitors to our waters. He explores the gaelic names of both of these gentle giants of the sea – the basking shark and the sunfish. This post is also available in Gaelic.

15thJune 2022

A’ Ghàidhlig aig NàdarAlba / Gaelic within NatureScot

15.06.22|Categories: Places, Resources|Tags: , , , |

NatureScot has brought together some lovely Gaelic resources on one webpage. This showcases the enduring bond between Scotland's nature and Gaelic, with the language providing a unique insight and understanding of the world around us. This is a great resource to support learning around the Gaelic language, nature, Scotland’s places [...]