Category Archives: Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve

Helping nature adapt to climate change

Our climate is changing. Climate change is bringing higher temperatures, changing rainfall patterns, and rising sea levels. Less rainfall means that some habitats will dry out more in summer; peatlands may stop storing carbon and providing special habitats for wildlife. … Continue reading

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A big visitor

We start our September blogging with an update from the Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve. Situated 35 miles west of Aberdeen this reserve has a lot to offer as Reserve Manager Catriona Reid explains. What’s more it recently had … Continue reading

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Spring stories from Muir of Dinnet

Squirrels and slow worms have been amongst the highlights at our Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve lately, as Catriona Reid (the Reserve’s Manager) reports in this May update. Down by the water things have been stirring too, so, all … Continue reading

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