Biologically, who does what
in Skye & Lochalsh

Many SLEF members have specialist interests and expertise. They are variously willing to answer questions (E), accept biological records (R), give talks (L), teach their subject (T), lead field excursions (F), carry out surveys (S) and in other ways interact with the Skye & Lochalsh community and visitors to the area. Some take on professional engagements apart from SLEF and may, therefore, negotiate privately.

Judith Bullivant
SLEF's Community Outreach Officer.

Stephen Bungard (E,R,L,T,F,S) contact
Botanical recorder (B.S.B.I.) for VC104 (North Ebudes and, particularly Raasay).

Roger Cottis (E,R,L,T,F,S) contact
All mammals, esp. otter, badger, water vole, pine marten.

Nick Hodgetts (E,R,L,T,F,S) contact
Botany, especially mosses and liverworts, occasionally lichens.

Bob Macmillan
Ornithologist: Skye Birds.

Barbara Macritchie (E,R,L,T,F,S) contact
Invasive species Japanese knotweed, Rhododendron ponticum, Himalayan balsam and species assessment. Dragonflies, general terrestrial habitat survey.

James Merryweather (E,R,L,T,F,S) contact
Ecology, Botany (flowerless plants esp. ferns, wild flowers etc.), Woodland, Seashore, Soil biology.

Brian Neath (E,R,L) contact
Butterfly Conservation's official moth recorder for VC105 (West Ross) and the Skye/Raasay section of VC104 (North Ebudes). Also ornithologist and active member (Hon. Pres.) of South West Ross Field Club - see SWRFC publications.


Skye and Lochalsh Environment Forum 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
The Highland Council
The Scottish Government
Skye & Lochalsh Environment Forum, The Old Police Station, Isleornsay, Sleat, Isle of Skye, Scotland IV43 8QR

Skye and Lochalsh Environment Forum is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SC040820).

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