Baile Sear, North Uist - May 2005  The SCAPE Trust
Shorewatch groups

There are many groups working all around the coast of Scotland on different recording projects. These pages give you an idea of some of their work. If you are doing a Shorewatch recording project, you can let people know by adding details to these web pages.
Sand Wick, Unst Access Archaeology, North Uist Clyne Heritage Society
Unst, Shetland
Visit the Unst Shorewatch website and find out about the Shorewatch project on the island of Unst.
North Uist
On the Isle of North Uist Access Archaeology are currently recording and monitoring several eroding sites at Baile Sear beach. Click the link above to read more and to see a series of photos of one of the sites, as it erodes.
Brora, Sutherland
Click here to read about the survey of some large buildings associated with the Brora Saltpans by the Clyne Heritage Society.
Loch Hourn
The North of Scotland Archaeology Society (NoSAS) has undertaken one of the largest Shorewatch surveys to date. Click here to read about their survey of Loch Hourn.
The Friends of the Orkney Archaeological Trust (FOAT) are an active group who are keen to explore the numerous archaeological monuments on the islands. Click here to look at some of the spectacular eroding sites in Orkney that they are monitoring.
On Islay a local community group have been locating and recording archaeological sites in the sand dunes.
EAFS Coll Archaeological Association
The Edinburgh Archaeological Field Society (EAFS) was one of the groups involved in the first pilot of Shorewatch, co-ordinated by the Council for Scottish Archaeology.
Isle of Coll
Click here to find out what the Coll Archaeological Association is doing. Learn about their trip to Ornsay, and find out about their innovative Aerial Photography project - using a model aeroplane.
Bressay, Shetland
The Bressay History Group have undertaken an ambitious project. Click here to find out more.
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