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The River Endrick in Summer
Biodiversity
Sam Lyth

Summer time – is the living easy?

The summer wildflowers here at Carbeth Farm have been loving the last few weeks of sunny weather and are putting on an amazing display. The birds are busy feeding up and preparing for winter.

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red squirrel
Biodiversity
Zoe Shuttleworth

Northwoods Rewilding Network

Carbeth Home Farm and neighbouring Little Drumquharn have joined Northwoods – a network created by Scotland the Big Picture to support and facilitate small scale rewilding and ecological restoration projects in Scotland.

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Carbeth House with spring blossom – photo by Sam Lyth
Biodiversity
Sam Lyth

Sounds of Spring

As a newcomer to an area it is always a delight to see spring unfurling across a new landscape. Now, with the slightly warmer weather and longer evenings I am enjoying the sounds of spring as I go out on my regular walks. With the Easter holidays just starting there is so much to enjoy on and around the Carbeth Estate it is hard to know where to start.

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Dipper Endrick Water – photo by Hugh Tooby
Biodiversity
Sam Lyth

Birdwatching in Winter around Killearn

Introducing Sam Lyth – a new resident of Carbeth Estate and life long nature enthusiast. In Sam’s first blog post, she shares some of the birds you are likely to spot around Carbeth and Killearn, and invites you to share your own findings.

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Carbeth Home Farm
Biodiversity
Zoe Shuttleworth

A Project of its Time

We believe our small farm can generate income and employment, can make a contribution, however small, to reversing climate change and species loss, and could improve the physical and mental wellbeing of many people.

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