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#CycleForNature leg 6 — west as far as Islay

Leg six of #CycleForNature started at the beautiful Creag Meagaidh National Nature Reserve, where the dramatic scenery includes Munro summits, an exposed whaleback ridge and ice-carved gullies. It’s been another packed schedule for Francesca, as she describes below. I spent … Continue reading

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Things really are buzzing down at Weem

Now that the better weather seems to be here to stay, we can all start thinking about trips to the seaside and walking the dog without the need for full winter gear.   A popular walk near Aberfeldy lies along the … Continue reading

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The future of Chatelherault lies in its past

A massive woodland management project is underway at Chatelherault Country Park in South Lanarkshire. Almost 20 hectares of non-native plantation conifers will be removed and native woodland regenerated, to restore the park’s spectacular historical views and features. The 5th Duke … Continue reading

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