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Ardnave Te-Sgeir (12948)

Current Priority
2
East
128889
North
672909
Site Type
Structure & Midden
Period
UNKNOWN

Corner of a drystone stone structure visible in eroding edge of a small dune blowout. Associated with frequent fire-cracked-stone and rare animal bone. Marine shell moderate.

Condition and current recommendations:

Condition
FAIR
Action

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Other records:

NMRS
Unknown
SMR
Unknown

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24th June, 2015 by training2
Survey Information
User:
training2
Date:
June 24, 2015
Site located?:
Yes
Condition Information
Proximity to coast edge:
>50m
Coastally eroding?:
active wind erosion (in dunes only)
Other threats?:
stock erosion
Description:

Corner of a drystone stone structure visible in eroding edge of a small dune blowout. Associated with frequent fire-cracked-stone and rare animal bone. Marine shell moderate.

Management Information
How visible are the remains? (above ground):
limited visibility (partial remains)
How visible are the remains? (in section):
not visible
Comments and recommendations
Recommendations:

More detailed survey to establish character and date of structure. Being damaged by stock and wind erosion. Priority 2.

25th July, 2015 by Wynterz
Survey Information
User:
Wynterz
Date:
July 25, 2015
Tidal state:
low
Site located?:
Yes
Condition Information
Proximity to coast edge:
>50m
Coastally eroding?:
active wind erosion (in dunes only)
Other threats?:
animal burrows; visitor erosion
Description:

Corner of a drystone stone structure visible in eroding edge of a small dune blowout. Associated with frequent fire-cracked-stone and rare animal bone. Marine shell moderate.

Management Information
How visible are the remains? (above ground):
limited visibility (partial remains)
How visible are the remains? (in section):
limited visibility in section
How accessibile is the site?:
accessible- difficult terrain; accessible on foot (footpath)
The site is:
is not locally known
Comments and recommendations