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Hardworking volunteers have replaced a bridge over a burn at Balgavies Loch Wildlife Reserve near Forfar.
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.
Coigach and Assynt Living Landscape Partnership has secured funding worth £2.9 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund, with additional support from other funders.
Scotland’s first snorkel trail has been created in the north west Highlands by the Scottish Wildlife Trust as part of its Living Seas programme.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is a lead partner in the pioneering Scottish Wildcat Action project. Below is a joint statement in response to a press release issued by Wildcat Haven.
An update on Ben Mor Hydro Ltd.
The Trust's Chief Executive, Jonny Hughes, reacts to the Scottish Government's announcement of a further delay to the decision on the future of beavers in Scotland.
The Green Routes project, part of the Cumbernauld Living Landscape, will transform links from the centre of Cumbernauld to the surrounding communities.