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Heraldry, History and Language Heraldry, History and Language

Highland Titles is getting ready to roll out a brand new logo, partly inspired by heraldic symbolism. We are using ...

Distinguishing Deer, Roe or Red? Distinguishing Deer, Roe or Red?

Red and Roe deer are regularly sighted here at Highland Titles Nature Reserve. But would you be able to tell ...

Tremendous Trees – Larch Tremendous Trees – Larch

Welcome back to our occasional series on trees of Scotland. Today we look at the larch, a non-native from Northern ...

Homecoming and the Scottish Diaspora Homecoming and the Scottish Diaspora

Historical events like the land clearances of the 18th and 19th centuries often saw Scottish people dispersed sometimes forcefully to ...

Flora of the Scots pine forest – The Blaeberry Flora of the Scots pine forest – The Blaeberry

This time of year our volunteers come across a little blue berry in the nature reserve, known to Scots as ...

Skye Boat Song Skye Boat Song

Charles Edward Stuart, better known as Bonnie Prince Charlie is the subject of the beautiful ‘Skye Boat Song’, written in ...

Tremendous Trees – Sallow (Goat Willow) Tremendous Trees – Sallow (Goat Willow)

One of the more common trees you’ll find in our Scottish woodland is the ancient Sallow, (Salix caprea) commonly known ...

Lord Strathcona: a man of perseverance Lord Strathcona: a man of perseverance

In May of this year we celebrated our very popular Highland Titles Homecoming event. (Just click on ‘Homecoming’ in the ...

The haunted Stones of Mull The haunted Stones of Mull

If you go down to the woods today, you may be in for a surprise. On the isle of Mull ...