Great article today at the NY Times about efforts to save 5,000 year-old structures in the Orkney Islands and elsewhere.
Good article FastEddie. And while we are on the subject, here's an article in the Scottish press about 'clean up' operations to remove stone stacks from the Fairy Glen here on Skye. Please could I make a heartfelt plea to responsible tourists NOT to build stone stacks or create their own stone circles. https://www.sundaypost.com/fp/skye-locals-remove-over-100-disgraceful-stone-stacks-from-popular-tourist-hotspot/
Yes, just leave nature as you found it. A few years ago in a US national park in the west, some dolt took it upon himself to decide that a large boulder precariously but carefully balanced by nature on a smaller rock should be knocked over "for safety." He got a stiff fine but now future generations won't get to see it.