A huge number of wildlife enthusiasts come to the Oban and Lorne area every year enticed by the rich variety of marine life which includes whales, dolphins, seals, basking sharks, otters, sea eagles and a myriad of flora and fauna.
This year the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) based at Dunstaffnage on the outskirts of Oban are calling out to ‘citizen scientists’ to help them in assessing the damage caused by winter storms on the coastal ecosystem.
The 2015/16 winter has seen some severe weather on Scotland’s west coast and it has taken its toll on many plants and animals that live along the coastlines.
SAMS are offering to train enthusiastic volunteers how to monitor and sample the coastlines up and down the Firth of Lorne as part of the Capturing Our Coast (CoCoast) initiative.
So if you are interested in protecting our precious coastal wildlife habitats and are willing to collect data on wading birds, shellfish and crustacea that will help create a clearer understanding of climate change and shape marine conservation policy you can register your interest on the CoCoast website by signing up to become a CoCoast Citizen Scientist.
Welcome to the Manor House
Sunday 16th June 2018
Duo of Salmon with Fennel, Tomato & Caper Dressing
And Crisp Bread £12.00
Corn-fed Chicken, Wild Mushroom, Net Potato and Pickled Onion £12.00
Beetroot & Blue Cheese Salad with Hazlenuts,
Carrots and Apple £12.00
White Onion & Thyme Velouté £4.50
West Coast Sea Food Grill with Crushed Herb Potato,
Asparagus, Fennel and Spinach £26.00
Pork Belly with Onion Tart, Heritage Carrots, Black
Pudding and Apple £26.00
Gressingham Duck Breast with Heritage Beetroot, Parsley
Pomme Puree and Red Chard £26.00
Scottish Fillet of Beef with Bramble, Roasted Shallots,
Kale and Confit Potato £31.00
Wild Mushroom Risotto with Parmesan Shavings £20.00
Selection of Desserts £10.00
Coffee & Petit Fours £3.50
Table d’hote £49.00
All include VAT @ 20% Gratuities are left to your discretion.