ANGUS Council rangers have organised a series of special events to mark Climate Week.
At Crombie Country Park on Sunday (March 11) visitors are invited to take a tour of the rangers’ weather station. It is used to take daily measurements for the Meteorological Office to help with the understanding of climate change.
On Sunday, March 18, the Glen Doll rangers are leading a walk to discover and discuss the effects of climate change past, present and future on the physical features, habitat, flora and fauna of the upland landscape.
From March 12 to 18 at Monikie Country Park, visitors are being asked to take part in a survey of birds, flowers, insects, trees and amphibians. Call into the centre to collect info and recording forms and have a chat with the rangers about the impact of climate change.
For more information visit www.angus.gov.uk/leisure/rangerservice/whatson.htm. For more information on Climate Week visit www.climateweek.com.