Merkinch Local Nature Reserve

Wildflower Meadow


The wildflower meadow was a success in attracting insects as well as appreciative humans. The Junior Rangers also found a lot of ladybird larvae early in the summer; which were then followed by the adults (and they eat aphids so it's all grand!!). 

 

With Kind Regards from Caroline Snow

Project Manager for the Friends of Merkinch Local Nature Reserve, 

c/o 30, Grant Street, Inverness IV3 8BN

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