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Highland Safaris, nr Aberfeldy, Perthshire

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News from Mar 2010

The Most Northerly Point of the British Mainland Joins Wild Scotland

31/03/2010
The Most Northerly Point of the British Mainland Joins Wild Scotland The Trustees of our newest member, the Dunnet Head Educational Trust are delighted to have recently become a member of Wild Scotland, a proactive and forward thinking organisation.  The...

The arrival of our Scotland’s oldest breeding osprey

26/03/2010
The arrival of our Scotland’s oldest breeding osprey It is at this time every year that wildlife enthusiasts hold their breath to see whether the birds who spend their summers here arrive safely. This is definitely the case for Scotland’s belo...

Argaty Red Kite volunteer nominated for nature photography award

26/03/2010
Argaty Red Kite volunteer nominated for nature photography award With subjects that are shy, fast moving and downright secretive, it’s no surprise that snapping wildlife is one of the hardest photographic disciplines. But Argaty Red Kites near Stirling ...

Are predators to blame for songbird decline?

11/03/2010
Are predators to blame for songbird decline? The British Trust for Ornithology have published the biggest ever analysis of songbirds and their predators in the Journal of Applied Ecology. Scientists looked at the role of predators in the decline of specie...

Get Walking for Wildlife! Join the Pod Plod

04/03/2010
Get Walking for Wildlife! Join the Pod Plod The Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS) are challenging people to get active this summer and join them on the fund-raising ‘Pod Plod’. The two day walk cover 26 miles of the Moray Coastal T...

New Long Distance Walking Route – The East Highland Way

04/03/2010
New Long Distance Walking Route – The East Highland Way A new long distance walking route in the Highlands of Scotland has been created. The route is called the East Highland Way and runs from Fort William on the West Coast to Aviemore in the Cairng...