Tag Archives: black grouse

Good news for Scotland’s juniper

Once a prolific plant in Scotland, juniper has been in decline. However SNH’s Helen Taylor tells us about a recent discovery which suggests a positive turnaround. I was out doing some site condition monitoring on Glenartney Juniper Wood a couple … Continue reading

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The changing nature of our climate

Imagine if you could no longer find your favourite bird on the wetland in winter, or if trees were dying in your local wood for lack of water in summer. What if the fish in our rivers changed, and salmon … Continue reading

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A Highland gem

Rory Richardson is the Reserve Manager at our Creag Meagaidh National Nature Reserve. There is a lot happening on this popular reserve at this time of year as Rory explains below. The three Munro’s on our Reserve continue to attract … Continue reading

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Glen Tanar black grouse count

Jeremy Squire is a member of the reserve team at Loch Leven National Nature Reserve. As part of his wider work around Scotland he recently had a day away from Loch Leven, to help with the annual census we take … Continue reading

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Creag Meagaidh diary

Creag Meagaidh National Nature Reserve is managed by Scottish Natural Heritage. It’s one of a suite of reserves that help protect an amazing range of wildlife and landscapes, and each one is waiting to be discovered by you. The Creag Meagaidh … Continue reading

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