All are welcome to attend our AGM next Wednesday 2nd November at 7pm which will be followed swiftly by Gordon Yates presenting his last film entitled "Birdlife over 40 Pennine years". There are some unique sequences and surprises in this film so don't miss this rare opportunity to see it! Please come along to this free evening which includes tea and cake ;-)
Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Friday, 21 October 2016
Please join us this Monday evening (24th Oct) at 7:30 pm, when Hunterian Honorary Research Fellow Geoff Hancock will be talking about why insects are so successful and why they are so abundant. He'll also tell us about some of the project work he has been involved in to unravel complex insect life cycles, from Scottish woodlands to South American forest systems. For what promises to be a fascinating illustrated talk, come along to the INHT Centre in Port Charlotte - £1 for INHT members or £3 for non-members, including tea and cake!
Sunday, 2 October 2016
I caught this moth last night giving a remarkably good impression of a dead twig. The Red Sword-grass has two flight seasons, the main one in September to November and then some adults overwinter and re-emerge in March to June. This is just the third record for Islay (with none for Jura or Colonsay), the previous two being in 1999 and 2013.