Monthly Archives: April 2014

  • Walk out to An Sean Dun on a pleasant evening, and you will hear one of nature‚Äôs most evocative songs: that of the Eurasian Curlew. At first they whistle uncertainly among themselves, shuffling about over weedy rocks on the shore. The dark lines of their bills curve down like ribs. The brown chevrons on their […]

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  • On Glengorm, the annual cycle of the farm is once again in motion. March brought the arrival of our first Highland calves, and, the first few precious days of good weather. Highland cows like to give birth in private. When their time is near, they leave the main group and set off in search of […]

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