News & Events

Curracag Membership

If you do not pay your membership subscription by Direct Debit, please may we remind you that your subscription for 2019 is now due

You will find full details of how to pay on the Curracag website

Your subscription includes:

  • The Hebridean Naturalist
  • Discount on Special Issues of the Hebridean Naturalist
  • Free or discounted admission price for all talks and workshops

Curracag, the Outer Hebrides Natural History Society encourages the study, recording and enjoyment of the wildlife of the islands of the Outer Hebrides. Curracag is a small natural .

Whatever your level of knowledge or expertise, wherever you live, you are welcome to join us

Curracag Winter Talks Programme

The programme of winter talks organised by Curracag, the Outer Hebrides Natural History Society runs from October to March each year.
Following the success of last years programme we have had to move to a new venue, so please note that we will now be using the Dark Isles Hotel in Liniclate, Benbecula and not Lews Castle College.

Talks are usually held on the second Thursday of each month and begin at 7.30pm.

Curracag members free, non-members £2

14 February 2018

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New Publications

Hebridean Naturalist 18

The 2018 journal of Curracag the Outer Hebrides Natural History Society.
Edited by Chris Johnson.

Articles in this issue include:-

  • Sea-slugs of the Western Isles
  • A quest for pollinators on the Uists and Benbecula
  • The Emerald Damselfly
  • How long do inter-tidal species persist in rock pools?

Published in November 2018. 101pp.

Price is £7.50 plus P&P (journal is free to fully paid up members).
Please visit the Curracag website for further information.

Volume 17 and some of the earlier issues of the Hebridean Naturalist and the Flora of St Kilda are also available for purchase from the website.

You can see the contents of all the issues of the Hebridean Naturalist on the Outer Hebrides Natural History Bibliography website.


Outer Hebrides Algae

OHBR algae website

Outer Hebrides Fungi

OHBR fungi website

These two websites are now back on-line. We apologise for any inconvenience