I think here is fine perhaps a few at a time.
COkay - will do.Crab - There is a message for you in the comments from JoC
5/9/18. 6pmThanks for identifying previous obs. Happy to delete them from the forum trail?
I feel they should be left for others to see and perhaps add agreements. You can remove the preview, when IDd, so only the links show and add a note to reiterate what we are doing https://www.ispotnature.org/communities/uk-and-ireland/view/observation/226838/gastropodRemove the Enter BEFORE the link
From the Inverts Pit.Picture link removed. Timed-out
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Re: Proposal to Mechanically Harvest Seaweed(See earlier posts dated 14 and 15 August 2018)
There is an update on The Scottish Wildlife Trust's website. Link here:
Thanks. That Kelp Forest is a Heluva picture by George Stoyle
Well spotted. His photographs are pretty impressive. Thanks.
Update:The Scottish Parliment has voted against plans to mechanically dredge kelp from the sea. More information, here:
Good news, thanks for posting it.
MARINE STUFF updated
Superb edition - thank you! I appreciate your efforts to champion marine observations and have enjoyed looking through the observations. In return, here is a particularly interesting post which I know you've missed. (You would have left a comment.)
Sharing a link to interesting information in a blog about seabed habitats and marine species within Scotland's Marine Protection Areas (MPAs). Scottish Natural Heritage, 27/12/18 (scroll down to second article)
renewed SEAWEEDS project
This article is now to be found at
worth 4 minutes of anyone's time