Enjoying the wildlife of the Western Isles
Curracag is a small natural history society which encourages the study, recording and enjoyment of the wildlife of the islands of the Outer Hebrides.
We welcome both novices and experts and encourage everyone to take an active part in local and national surveys and to help increase our knowledge of the fauna and flora of the islands which are still largely unrecorded.
We are lucky enough to have a number of members who are experts in their field and the society provides a great opportunity to meet people with similar interests, sharing knowledge, experiences and an enjoyment of the natural history of the Outer Hebrides.
To learn more about the society please visit the Curracag website
The Hebridean Naturalist is published annually by the society and contains, articles, nature notes and scientific papers on the natural history of the islands. It is remarkable for the wide range of sibject matter from great auks and sperm whales to the geometry of standing stones and Gaelic plant lore.
It forms part of the Curracag membership subscription and a small number of copies are also available to purchase.
A complete list of the contents of all of the volumes of the Hebridean Naturalist is available on the Outer Hebrides Bibliography website.