WREN - Wester Ross Environment Network
 

Proposed field meeting, Ullapool, 23-27 June 2016

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The Ullapool area has been known for its outcrops of carbonate bedrock (“Durness limestone”) since at least 1767. As well as updating some records from Ullapool itself, I should be grateful for help in re-surveying under-recorded areas nearby for the Atlas 2020 project: upper Strath Canaird (NC10/NC20); Beinn Eilideach (NH19L/R); Meall Dubh (NH29A); and Glens Achall & Douchary (NH29). There is also a ‘wanted’ list for Knockan Crags.
Ullapool is a popular tourist haunt and we know that accommodation that weekend is already very limited; early booking is strongly advised.
To book to attend the meeting (in whole or in part), please contact the Vice-County Recorder for the Botanical Society for Britain and Ireland: Duncan Donald, 16 Midtown of Inverasdale, Poolewe, Wester Ross IV22 2LW; croft16@btinternet.com; tel. 01445 781717.

WREN would like to thank the following organisations for their support:
Scottish Natural Heritage
The European Agriculture fund for Rural Development. Europe investing in rural areas
Leader
RSPB
The Highland Council
The Scottish Government

Tom Forrest (Chairman) chair@wr-en.co.uk

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