More on Juniper

Gwyn tells me that there is, or was, an upright Juniper at Strollamus. I may have a chance to check this out on Thursday. I know one at Kylerhea. The question is, if one believes in the subspecies, to which do these plants belong?

In passing, there was a squashed pine marten on the road near Strollamus today as we drove past.

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4 Responses to “More on Juniper”

  1. Terry Swainbank Says:

    It was a young otter – 50 yards after the lay by going north. I parked up to have a look. Killed around 7.30am morning of the 30th.

  2. Stephen Says:

    Ah, very good. We didn’t stop to check. Thanks.

  3. Roger Cottis Says:

    If Terry could provide a grid reference that would be helpful.

  4. Gwyn’s Juniper | Plants of Skye, Raasay & The Small Isles Says:

    […] the way back from HBRG‘s autumn meeting today, I stopped to look at Gwyn’s upright juniper at Strollamus which is easy to spot from the road now that the leaves have fallen from most nearby […]

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