12 signs and traditions that mark the end of summer in Scotland
As September is underway, here are some of the signs and traditions that mark the end of summer.
From the sight of geese returning to traditional folklore and, of course, autumn leaves, these are some of the sights, customs and traditions that summer in Scotland is coming to an end. Thanks to Scottish Wildlife Trust for their contributions
1. Lammas Day poem
Lammas Day on August 1 signalled the start of harvest season with many traditions and superstitions observed, including reciting a Lammas Day poem.