FCCT Blog

How Are Sand Dunes Born?

February 10, 2020

 Well, one way is the wind. They start tiny, just grains of sand blown by the wind by the process o...

Fife’s Blue Space 

December 17, 2019

A walk along the coast, a seat by a pond, even a sea-view from a window can all have significant ben...
At the end of July, Birnie and Gaddon Lochs played host to a Bioblitz day all about wildlife and inc...
Did you see any Painted Ladies this summer? They were here in their millions, you might have seen th...

Something’s Abuzz

September 9, 2019

Summer’s beginning to enter its long, slow turn into autumn, and although the swifts have already ...
Meadow crane’s-bill (Geranium pratense) is one of the most spectacular plants on the coast near ...
In the autumn of last year some time was spent gathering the acorns that had dropped from the magnif...
The white flowers of Common Scurvygrass are coming into bloom around the Fife coast now and will kee...