Posts for interviews

Interview: Wild Skye

Tuesday 24th Sep 2013

As this is the year of Natural Scotland, we asked John Phillips, Senior Countryside Ranger for The Highland Council Countryside Rangers, about wildlife watching in Skye and Lochalsh.  If you want to experience Skye’s wild side, take a look at his recommendations. What are your wildlife-related highlights of Skye and Lochalsh? Pipewort and Iceland Purslane – […]

Where to Walk: Dumfries and Galloway

Thursday 22nd Aug 2013

If you want to step off the beaten track and explore the great outdoors in Dumfries and Galloway, why not find out what a local photographer and keen walker would recommend?  We asked Allan Devlin of South West Images Scotland for his top tips on lovely places to walk, where to really get away from it […]

Spotlight on The Galloway Forest Park & Dark Sky Park

Friday 9th Aug 2013

Who better than a Recreation Ranger to give tips on visiting a beautiful Forest Park?  This month we spoke to Lucy Hadley, from Forestry Commission Scotland, for ideas on things to see and do in the Galloway Forest Park and what makes the skies above it so special. If a visitor only has one day to […]

Walks and Wildlife: Outdoor Adventures on Arran

Tuesday 9th Jul 2013

The spectacularly scenic Isle of Arran is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, with rugged mountains, rolling lowlands and miles of beautiful coastline.   As part of this month’s focus on Ayrshire and Arran, we interviewed Lucy Wallace of Arran Wild Walks to find out a bit more about walking and wildlife watching on the island, and her tips for […]

Spotlight on Crail

Thursday 6th Jun 2013

The scenic East Neuk of Fife is home to some beautiful seaside villages, such as the picturesque village of Crail.  As part of our focus on Fife this month, we have interviewed Susan McNaughton, social media manager for the Crail Food Festival and owner of Sandcastle Cottage, to find out her top tips for visiting Crail […]