The Project Blogs

Links to some of the Project Blogs have gone up this morning.  All of the collaborators have undertaken at least one trip together now.  Jim Rae has documented the hatchling Tawny owls at Eskrigg, replete with excellent photographs.  Gerry Loose has even begun make a ‘move’ (as he calls it) towards poetry down at Mersehead, recording the ‘lapwing’s waver / and plangent rising lilt.’

There is much more to come, I’m sure, and in particular a link to the third blog, by Debbie Parke and Em Strang, which will soon introduce us to ‘kick sampling’ on the River Nith and ‘A Very Bad Crayfish’…

criffelfromrutherford, 4 June 2013

View from the University of Glasgow’s Dumfries Campus this morning, across the Nith estuary towards Criffel.
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