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ATH events in 2013

If you're interested in ancient trees, finding and recording them, join the ATH at one of its regular events. For booking and additional information please contact Clair McFarlan,

Future events

Saturday 22 June 2013
Harestanes Visitor Centre, Ancrum, Jedburgh, Scottish Borders

Discover some amazing heritage trees and help secure their future by recording them for the Ancient Tree Hunt. Free. Booking required. Children must be with an adult. Please bring a picnic.

Book your free Ancient Tree Hunting place with Clair McFarlan, Tel 07986 687055

After one hour spent indoors, the remainder of morning recording trees will at Harestanes. In afternoon we will walk the short distance to neighbouring Monteviot House to record trees in the Arboretum and policy park there. Parking available at Harestanes.

Late July 2013
Glenarm, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland - venue to be confirmed

Friday 16 August 2013 - Pine recording day at Meggernie, Perthshire
Location: Meggernie, Perthshire. Approx 1hr 40 mins drive from Perth.
Objective: record as many ancient pines as possible
Who: Existing and new volunteer verifiers and recorders; WTS volunteers (all tasks); WTS & ATH partners. Reasonable fitness required.
Meeting: Details TBC
Time: 10.30am to 3pm

For other Woodland Trust tree recording events in Scotland see here.

The Ancient Tree Hunt is a living database of ancient and special trees. It was launched in 2004 as a joint venture with the Tree Register of the British Isles and the Ancient Tree Forum, and led by The Woodland Trust.

- Data is used to support biodiversity planning
- The database helps tree protection initiatives
- We support programmes of seed collection from ancient trees.
- More than 110,000 hand-picked trees have so far been recorded in the UK.

View the ATH dynamic maps

Record trees on the ATH database