There’s more to conserving Culloden battlefield and its flora & fauna than meets the eye.

by Unknown - 14:22 on 29 May 2014

There’s more to conserving the battlefield and its flora & fauna than meets the eye. 
Discover what it takes to look after the site of the last battle on the British Mainland. The National Trust for Scotland’s conservation program is immense. 

Meet their tree eating Highland ponies, Highland Cattle, watch drystone dyking in action or take part in a mock excavation. 

They will also be running a bird walk at 9:00, a moth trap and identification at 10:00 and a bug hunt at 14:00. there are limited places for the walks and so must be pre booked.

From chighland ponies at culloden battlefieldows to coffee to archaeology, this is a great day out! 

Saturday 31 May 2014

For further information please call 0844 493 2159

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