The machair refers to a fertile low-lying grassy plain found on some of the north-
west coastlines of Ireland and Scotland, in particular the Outer Hebrides.
Machair is a rare coastal habitat widely recognised for its vast array of colourful ...
Find out how the dynamic machair landscape of Scotland has developed over ...
Machair is a Gaelic word meaning fertile low lying grassy plain. This is the name
given to one of the rarest habitats in Europe which only occurs on exposed ...
The word 'machair' is Gaelic, meaning an extensive, low-lying fertile plain. Gaelic
is not native to Orkney and Shetland but elsewhere 'machair' features in ...
Nov 25, 2015 ... Machair is a Scottish speciality, where people manage the land in a way that
Jan 4, 2015 ... Scottish Gaelic Drama set around a college on the Isle of Lewis.
Western Isles Wildflowers - Machair. The spectacular carpets of wildflowers of all
diffrerent colours, shapes and sizes, mixtures of bluebells, yellow birds foot ...
Define machair: a flat or low-lying plain or field—usage, synonyms, more.
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Episode 7. 7/7 Gaelic soap set on the Isle of Lewis. View Programme information
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