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*Stone Circles of Scotland

Long before the first stone circle was built, and the Achara Stone erected near Keil Hill (see The...

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*The Caledonian Forest

The earliest reference to woodland in Scotland belongs to the Romans, who wrote of the Caledonia to...

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*Golf: The Game of Kings

Of all the inventions Scotland lays claim to, golf (or Gowf as the Scottish used to call it) has to...

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*The Cairngorms

The Cairngorms National Park in the middle of the Scottish Highlands is twice the size of the Lake a...

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*Tremendous trees – The Ash

Welcome back to our occasional series on the native trees of Scotland. Today we explore the Common a...

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*The Stone of Who?

The stone of Destiny, on which the ancient Gaelic kings were crowned, was named ‘Scone’ after it...

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*Gone With the Windmills: the story of South Uist

South Uist, land of prehistoric mummies and a thousand years of human occupation, is now part of a...

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*Tremendous Trees – The Yew

Yew trees live so long they leave other trees standing. A 500 hundred year old oak is a mere baby to...

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*Averting a Crossbill Crisis

The Scottish forest is home to some spectacular species of bird, not least the Scottish crossbill, a...

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