Category Archives: Nature and technology
Caroline Anderson has been coordinating the Snapberry project since 2009. Snapberry uses photography to connect school pupils with the natural landscape of Argyll. It is a collaboration between local Scottish Natural Heritage staff and Lochgilphead High School. Under the expert guidance … Continue reading
A bheil thu deiseil airson Maoin Dualchais Nàdarra is Chultarail? /Are you ready for the Natural Cultural Heritage Fund?
Tha maoin ùr luach £5 millean air fàire a chumas taic ri daoine is buidhnean is an cuid bheachdan airson seallaidhean, fiadh-bheatha is cultar na Gàidhealtachd is nan Eilean a bhrosnachadh. Bidh Maoin Dualchais Nàdarra is Chultarail fosgailte nas fhaide … Continue reading
Professor Des Thompson, our Principal Adviser on Biodiversity, celebrates the pioneering work of life scientist Professor Dave Bryant, who celebrates his 70th birthday today. Along with the spring return of swallows in 1972 a young lecturer arrived at Stirling University’s … Continue reading
The Dirt Doctors’ Grant Campbell provides an insight into the communication style of one of our popular Sharing Good Practice events, whilst casting a light on some of the current issues and challenges around the sustainable management of one our … Continue reading
Priority Marine Features (PMFs) are species and habitats that we consider to be conservation priorities in Scottish waters. Our coasts and seas are home to around 8,000 animal and plant species. The PMF list is used to help target future … Continue reading