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Dingwall Bay Spartina control

Over the past few years, RSPB, with funding from NatureScot, has been successfully controlling the invasive Spartina cord-grass from the Dingwall Bay area, helping to improve the condition of the sensitive coastal habitats, and in turn improve opportunities for the … Continue reading

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Mull Eagle Watch – community takes a thriving partnership to new success

The unique partnership of Mull Eagle Watch – an eagle protection and public viewing partnership between Scottish Natural Heritage, Forestry Commission Scotland, RSPB, the Mull and Iona Community Trust, and Police Scotland – has gone from strength to strength in … Continue reading

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Mr. Shetland – Bobby Tulloch

A few years ago SNH mounted an exhibition called The Highland Naturalists  which celebrated the work of people from all walks of life who had contributed much to our understanding of Scotland’s natural world. Most were not full-time scientists, but … Continue reading

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