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Ardnamurchan’s unique day-flying moth

Each year in early summer, volunteers from various parts of Scotland travel west to survey a rare, striking and elusive day-flying moth – the New Forest burnet, at the only site it occurs in the UK.  Since becoming extinct in … Continue reading

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In the frame

The Scottish Seabird Centre is now displaying more than 100 photographs submitted for their annual Nature Photography Awards. The images you can see in this blog are just a small selection from the shortlist, to give you a taster of … Continue reading

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