Assynt, situated on the west coast of Scotland is home to stunning scenery and wildlife

Welcome to Assynt Field Club

This website has been developed by Assynt Field Club to showcase the great variety of wildlife, plants and fungi which have been and are constantly being recorded in the parish of Assynt located in south-west Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland.

No matter where your interest lies Assynt cannot fail to please both the casual and more determined observer; if you are travelling the NC500, which comes through Assynt, it is well worth taking the time to explore the area and discover some of its wildlife.

We record and document a large number of animal, plant and fungi sightings each year to inform our members, local residents and the very many visitors to this marvellous location in the Scottish Highlands.

Upcoming Events

The lost township of Dubh Clais, Ranger Guided Walk

Thursday May 25th 2017

Field Club – Annual Bird Race

Sunday May 28th 2017

Gaelic in the landscape

Monday May 29th 2017

Discover the secrets of Gleann Leireag

Monday June 12th 2017

Valley of the Trolls, Inchnadamph; Ranger Guided Walk

Tuesday June 20th 2017

What's New?

Speedy millipede

May 20th 2017

Spring squill at Achmelvich

May 18th 2017

A white bird in May!

May 10th 2017

Violets and pansies in Assynt

April 25th 2017

The mysteries of ash flowers

April 21st 2017

Report a Sighting

Recent Sightings

Merlin

single bird hunting Bay of Culkein (DAH) (23/05)

Ringed Plover

36 Bay of Culkein (DAH) (23/05)

Sanderling

two birds Bay of Culkein (DAH) (23/05)

Dunlin

single bird Bay of Culkein (DAH) (23/05)

Harbour Porpoise

two animals off Culkein Drumbeg (DAH) (22/05)

Red-throated Diver

single bird Bay of Clachtoll (Richard Chappell and Ennis Jones) (22/05)

White Wagtail

single bird Bay of Culkein (Richard Chappell and Ennis Jones) (22/05)

Turnstone

single bird Bay of Culkein (Richard Chappell and Ennis Jones) (22/05)

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