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Montrose Basin Visitor Centre reopens after revamp

Montrose Basin Visitor Centre has reopened following a successful enhancement project. 

The high cost of clearing up after fly-tippers

Fly-tippers and litter bugs who dump their rubbish on wildlife reserves are costing the Trust around £15,000 per year.
5th Jan 2017Reserves

Volunteers clock up 50,000 hours with the Trust in 2016

Our 1,000 volunteers gave an incredible 50,000 hours of their time in 2016. 

Kingfisher mystery in Montrose

An unusual series of images that appear to show a kingfisher hanging sticklebacks out to dry has stumped wildlife experts. 
26th Dec 2016Conservation, Reserves

Big improvements coming to Montrose Basin Visitor Centre

The Trust's Montrose Basin Visitor Centre is receiving a revamp at the start of 2017.

Innovative cutting machine makes Cambus Pools reserve better for wildlife

An innovative amphibious machine has been used to cut through a dense jungle of reeds to bring important wetland habitats back to life at Cambus Pools Wildlife Reserve near Alloa.  

Funding for new bridge at Balgavies Loch reserve

​The Scottish Wildlife Trust has received funding to replace a bridge over a burn at Balgavies Loch reserve near Forfar in Angus.

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. 

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