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Tag Archives: killer whales
Stormie nights on Fair Isle
Fair Isle sits at the southernmost point of Shetland and its name derives from the Old Norse name Friðarey, meaning ‘island of peace’. Fair Isle is famous for its knitwear, historic shipwrecks and its diverse bird life, so what better … Continue reading
Posted in Birds, coastal, Marine, Marine Protected Areas, MPA, MPAs, Non-native species, Scottish Natural Heritage, sea life, seals, Shetland, SNH, survey, Young people Tagged environmental management, Fair Isle, Helen Gunton, invasive non-native species, killer whales, Masters degree, Orca, Research, Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, Shetland, SNH, storm petrel, student Leave a comment
On the trail of the 64s group – capturing Wild Shetland
Wildlife cameraman Fergus Gill was Maramedia’s main team member on the ground throughout summer 2017, when they filmed their latest spectacular nature documentary Wild Shetland: Scotland’s Viking Frontier. Fergus is of course the son of our own celebrated photographer, Lorne, … Continue reading
Posted in Birds, coastal, Marine, National Nature Reserves, photography, Scottish Natural Heritage, sea life, seals, Shetland, SNH, Uncategorized, Young people Tagged Fergus Gill, Filming, gannets, Hermaness, killer whales, Lorne Gill, Maramedia, National Nature Reserve, nature, Orca, Scottish Natural Heritage, Shetland, SNH, Wild Shetland, Wildlife Leave a comment
On track for a record-breaking species year list from Noss NNR?
Midsummer (‘Simmer Dim’ in Shetland) seems a good time for an update on how the season has been going so far, and looking forward to what else is in store on Noss. Craig Nisbet and Andy Denton, Noss’ seasonal wardens … Continue reading
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