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The bountiful birds of St Cyrus NNR

Simon Ritchie has been working at St Cyrus National Nature Reserve since he was 16 – initially as a volunteer, he is currently employed as a Seasonal Reserve Officer. Simon  has previously written about his passion for the wildflowers of … Continue reading

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Gulls – glorious or greedy?

It may not seem like it when gulls are swooping down trying to steal your chips, but the number of many species of gulls has plummeted. In fact, herring gulls and kittiwakes are on the red list of conservation concern … Continue reading

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An Orkney reflection

Simon W. Hall is a prizewinning author and freelance writer who lives in Evie, Orkney. As well as being interested in Scottish language and literature, he is a keen observer of the nature on his doorstep. He is our guest … Continue reading

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Gulls Aloud

We say hello to our blogging activities for 2016 with a piece from Andy Douse who is a Policy & Advice manager here specialising in ornithology.  Here he takes a look at gulls …  from an urban perspective. It’s five … Continue reading

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