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Near Aberdeen, we used the Doric (north east Scots) with ‘translations’ in English for a series of 12 small panels on a forest cycle trail:

Lang Sandy’s jist a poochle chiel;
He’s ae yaird heich fae tap tae tail.
Wi fireflaucht neb he durks an progs
Then skiffs awaa fur ither glogs.
The heron is a cocky guy;
From tail to top he’s one yard high.
With lightning beak he prods and stabs
Then glides away for more small dabs.