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Largiebaan Wildlife Reserve near Campeltown is the second largest managed by the Trust and covers a diverse range of habitats. Reserves Manager Sven Rasmussen had one of his best wildlife spotting days on a trip to the reserve in autumn.
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.
Sandy the Squirrel, the Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels mascot, will take part in this weekend’s Scottish Conker Championships against Festival Fox at the Tweed Valley Forest Festival to raise awareness for the project.
Renowned wildlife photographer Pete Cairns will be giving a talk about the 2020VISION project at the Birnam Arts Centre on the evening of Thursday 17th September at 7.30pm.
The Trust is pleased to confirm the first successful peregrine mating behaviour of the season at the Falls of Clyde.
The Trust is calling for members of the public to remember wildlife as the autumnal weather begins to take hold.
First delivered at National Members' Day on 20 September 2014, Chief Executive Jonny Hughes looks back to the beginnings of the Trust 50 years ago, then looks ahead to what the next 50 years has in store for Scotland's wildlife and wild places.
Empty shops are being transformed into works of art to connect the residents of Cumbernauld with the town’s natural environment.