Tag Archives: Glasgow

Tadpole Tails and Water Dragons

An overheard conversation between mother and child during a local stroll made Biodiversity Opportunities Adviser, Zeshan Akhter, wonder if lockdown is providing many people the time to look deeper into the nature that surrounds them… To convince myself the wider … Continue reading

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Lorg Ghlaschu – In Search of the Dear Green Place

Musician Mary Ann Kennedy was brought up in Glasgow in a Gaelic-speaking family with island roots. In our post today, Mary Ann digs deep into the natural Gaelic and other roots of the Dear Green Place. You can read the … Continue reading

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LORG GHLASCHU – IN SEARCH OF THE DEAR GREEN PLACE

Thogadh Màiri Anna NicUalraig ann an Glaschu mar phàirt de theaghlach eileanach le Gàidhlig. Anns a’ phost seo an-diugh, tha Màiri Anna a’ rùrachd a-measg freumhan nàdair agus cànain Baile Mòr nan Gàidheal… Rugadh mi ann an Glaschu, ann an … Continue reading

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Glasgow – the pollinator’s friend

As our largest city, with a rich industrial history, you may not immediately think of Glasgow as a place for pollinators. However, make no mistake: Glasgow is more than doing its bit for our pollinators, as SNH Pollinator Strategy Manager … Continue reading

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Our dear green spaces – let’s celebrate the Glasgow Wildlife Garden Festival

This year, RSPB Scotland is teaming up with partners and community gardens to celebrate Glasgow Garden Festival’s 30th Anniversary.  Scottish Natural Heritage are delighted to co-sponsor these celebrations.  Fiona Weir, RSPB Giving Nature a Home project manager, tells us why … Continue reading

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Glasgow’s water voles

Today’s guest blog comes courtesy of Robyn Stewart, Glasgow’s Water Vole Ambassador. The discovery of thriving populations of water voles in a residential area of Glasgow away from traditional habitat is considered to be of national significance. SNH are supporting Glasgow City Council … Continue reading

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