SWT Walk at Glendale

Yesterday I led a walk for the Skye & Lochalsh branch of the Scottish Wildlife Trust at Glendale in  northwest Skye.  Sixteen folks turned up and we followed the river to the shore and then looked at two things I had seen earlier in the month (see blog entry for 11 June) – Convolvulus arvensis (Field Bindweed) and Vicia orobus (Wood Bitter-vetch).  We made two noteworthy additions to my list from 10 June:  Equisetum pratense (Shady Horsetail) and Mimulus x caledonicus (a Monkeyflower triple hybrid: Mimulus guttatus × nummularius × variegatus) that occurs in the north and west of Skye.

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