Osprey webcam maintenance

Please note: The osprey webcam is currently under going essential maintenance and will be restored as soon as possible. Sorry for any inconvenience. Emma Visitor Centre Assistant Manager

Duke of Edinburgh Award (Volunteering)

Over the years we have been privileged to meet a lot of enthusiastic young people while they do their Volunteering part of either Bronze, Silver or Gold Duke of Edinburgh

Leading the charge at Corrour Estate

Introduction by Jonny Hughes. In our Living Landscapes in the Scottish Uplands and 50 for the Future publications, we suggested a number of actions that could radically improve the denuded ecology

Duck Displays and Signs of Spring

We’ve been noticing lots of signs of Spring these past few weeks – snowdrops are starting to crop up all around the visitor centre, the garden birds are beginning to

February update: Early Signs of Spring

I hope you have all been enjoying the super moons over the last few weeks, cloud permitting. As well as having bright moonlight at night from the two full moons

Identifying sparrowhawks part 2

Following on from last week, I wanted to talk more about sparrowhawks. There is a reason that they are the most common bird of prey to visit your garden and

Alba and the artificial lodge

On a quiet wee loch in the middle of Knapdale Forest, a beaver is busy modifying the habitat to suit her needs. She was released in October after completing a

Identifying sparrowhawks part 1

Earlier in the week, one of my volunteers contacted me to say they had found a dead sparrowhawk in their garden. The sparrowhawk is one of our most widespread and

Wonderful Winter

There’s no better way to shake off the winter blues than wrapping up warm and getting out to explore nature. Wintering wildfowl gather in large numbers on our lochs, ptarmigan

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