Am Baile/The Gaelic Village is a website funded by The Highland Council (managed as part of High Life Highland Libraries) which provides a digital archive of the history and culture of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. Am Baile allows ready access to some of the early documents of the Inverness Field Club.
The formation of the Inverness Field Club is explained here.
Links to Transactions of the Inverness Scientific Society and Field Club are here:
Volume One 1875 to 1880
Volume Two 1880 to 1883
Volume Three 1883 t0 1888
Also to be found on the shelves of Highland Libraries are copies of the various publications under the auspices of Inverness Field Club, which are catalogued here by using the term Inverness Field Club in the Author field. Members of the Club should show their membership cards at the Farraline Park library in Inverness for access to the Club library, the contents of which are also catalogued on the same webpage, using the same search term in the Anywhere field.
The Highland Biological Recording Group here
Groam House museum here
Assynt Field Club's Summer programme is listed here
Caithness Field Club is here
South West Ross Field Club is here
Dunbeath Heritage Centre & Preservation Trust is here
Caithness Archaeology Trust is here
Highland Biodiversity Partnership is here
Elgin Museum is here
Archaeology Scotland works to secure the archaeological heritage of Scotland, bringing together those for whom archaeology is an interest, an active pastime or a career, supporting local archaeological action and initiatives and providing a comprehensive information service to all. Its website is here
The North of Scotland Archaeological Society's website is here
The Wester Ross "WeDigs" Community Archaeological Project website is here
Details of the Highland Geological Society lectures and excursions are available on their website.