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Beavers back for good - partners welcome return of the Eurasian beaver

The two lead partners in the Scottish Beaver Trial – the Scottish Wildlife Trust and the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) – have warmly welcomed the Scottish Government's announced that the Eurasian beaver is to be

Watch out Falkirk - there’s a new Ranger in town

The Trust has recruited a new full-time Falkirk Ranger to help local communities become inspired by the nature that surrounds them. 

Funding success for Garnock Connections

Plans to develop a forward-thinking landscape partnership across the Garnock Valley in Ayrshire have been given the go ahead following a funding award from the Heritage Lottery Fund. 

Environment Secretary visits Loch of the Lowes

The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Roseanna Cunningham MSP visited Loch of the Lowes Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve to discuss shared priorities and learn about more about this amazing reserve. 

Continuing concern about proposed ship- to- ship transfers in the Cromarty Firth

The Scottish Wildlife Trust has joined a number of conservation charities including Whale and Dolphin Conservation and the Marine Conservation Society to express concerns about the Cromarty Firth Port Authority’s application to undertake shi

New UK fly species found in Perthshire

A species of fly has been recorded for the first time in the UK at Tummel Shingle Islands Wildlife Reserve in Perthshire. 

Trust Chief Executive addresses Scottish Government Directors on Natural Capital

A presentation by Jonny Hughes, Chief Executive of the Scottish Wildlife Trust and Chair of the Scottish Forum on Natural Capital to the Scottish Government Directors Network about the potential benefits of natural capital to Scotland.
29th Sep 2016Policy, Education

Water rail recorded breeding at Aberdeenshire reserve

One of the nation’s most elusive wading birds has been confirmed to be breeding at Red Moss of Netherley Wildlife Reserve for the first time.

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