Tag Archives: Caerlaverock

#YCW2020 A Day in the Life – Nature Reserve Officer Adam Murphy

During the Year of Coasts and Waters 2020, we’ll be joining SNH staff across Scotland who work in a huge variety of roles along our shorelines and waterways to gain an insight into the important and varied work they do … Continue reading

Posted in Year of Coasts and Waters 2020 | Tagged , , , , , , ,

A hard day’s fun on Caerlaverock NNR

After frequently commenting that they never get out of the office, the Dumfries Admin Team (both called Susan) were finally let loose for the day on Caerlaverock National Nature Reserve. Susan Hepburn tells us what they got up to …  … Continue reading

Posted in coastal, National Nature Reserves, SNH, Staff profile, Uncategorized, Volunteering | Tagged , , , , ,

Rare sighting at Caerlaverock

Visitors to WWT Caerlaverock on Saturday 20th January were lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a rare celebrity sighting, as comedian and musician, Bill Bailey dropped in to do a spot of bird watching and enjoy the view. Bill … Continue reading

Posted in National Nature Reserves | Tagged , , , ,

Holding the forts at Caerlaverock

The barnacle geese and whooper swans can see them as they fly in from the northlands: the patterns of mud, merse and channel where the fertile lands of Caerlaverock meet the waters of the Nith and the salt of the … Continue reading

Posted in National Nature Reserves | Tagged , , , , ,

Caerlaverock, great at any time

With the passing of the winter solstice, the days may be getting longer, but they aren’t yet much warmer.  A visit to Caerlaverock at this time of year will however warm the spirits and guarantee seeing big flocks of barnacle … Continue reading

Posted in National Nature Reserves | Tagged , , , , ,