News and Events
Appeal for Volunteers to be Hill Wardens
The Bailies of Bennachie are looking for volunteers to become hill wardens. This will mean making a commitment to walk a section of the hillside once every six weeks and keeping an eye out for any damage or changes to the paths, dykes and other features.
Good Turnout for First Bailies of Bennachie Wildlife Group of 2020
About 50 people turned out on Saturday evening at Monymusk village hall for the first meeting of the Bailies of Bennachie Wildlife group. They heard a talk on wild geese and swans from Dr Ian Francis of the RSPB.
Bailies December Work Party Update
On Saturday 7th December 2019 the Bailies Work Party volunteers were replacing a broken fence at the entrance to the Back o Bennachie car park.
Bailies wildlife group asks for sightings of Wooper Swans
The wildlife group is asking for information about Wooper swans that have arrived in the Don Valley for the winter having left their breeding grounds in Iceland
Successful event launches new book on Bennachie
The latest volume by the Bennachie Landscapes Group, a joint venture between the Bailies of Bennachie and the University of Aberdeen, has been published.
Afternoon Tea Voucher Presented to Lucky New Bailie
John McNally from Inverurie was presented with a voucher for Afternoon Tea after his name was pulled out of a draw of new members.