An archaeological survey, of a single distinct area of proposed afforestation and natural regeneration, was carried out in advance of site works. The survey was commissioned by L. A. MacAskill, Forester to BOWLTS, chartered surveyors of Inverness, as part of its initial environmental assessment of the landscape in order that the surviving archaeology might be highlighted and preserved. This survey was carried out on the 18th and 19th May 1999 during a spell of intensely hot weather. A written reocrd of each site was kept on prepared recording sheets and where it was thought appropriate sketch surveys were made. A total of 13 sites were located. <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Wildgoose M. 1999. Beinn Nan Carn Planting Proposal: Archaeological Survey, May 1999. Wildgoose, M.. 30/05/1999. Digital (scanned as PDF).
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