October Arran Natural History Society talk

Our next talk will be a delight for the amateur – or fellow pro – photographers among our members.

In ‘Scotland’s Wild West’, marine wildlife photographer Paul Kay will give a brief introduction to some of the diverse locations and undersea inhabitants of the waters around Scotland’s west coasts.

Paul has worked as a full-time freelance photographer for over 25 years and is well known for specialising in temperate, marine, underwater natural history photography, supplying high quality stock images of marine wildlife and marine-related subjects from Britain and Ireland. His website can be found at marinewildlife.co.uk.

The talk is on Tuesday, October 3rd, at 7.30pm at the Ormidale Sports Pavilion in Brodick. Entry is free to ANHS members or by donation to society funds for non-members. (Suggested donation £5.)

Membership can be started or renewed at any meeting and is £15 (£25 for couples).

If you don’t get the chance to renew your membership on the night – or would like to join as a new member – please email arrannaturalhistorysociety@gmail.com with your home address and a contact telephone number and we’ll send you details of how to send us your membership fee online.


Beadlet anemone, Actinia equina, Loch Nevis, West Scotland, UK


Yarell’s Blenny (Chirolophis ascanii) peering out of a crevice past a shore urchin, west coast Scotland, UK

All images copyright of Paul Kay.