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Highland Safaris, nr Aberfeldy, Perthshire

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News from Apr 2010

Welcome to Shetland Nature: Wild Scotland’s first full Shetland member

28/04/2010
Welcome to Shetland Nature: Wild Scotland’s first full Shetland member Wild Scotland is delighted to welcome its first full member from Shetland, the most northerly point of the British Isles. Shetland Nature offers tours of these enchanting and wil...

Wildlife Events at Cluny House Garden, Perthshire

23/04/2010
Wildlife Events at Cluny House Garden, Perthshire There are even more reasons to visit Cluny House Garden, near Aberfeldy in Perthshire, as the garden holds a series of events as part of the the Tayside Biodiversity Festival. The festival runs for the ent...

Islandscape gets noticed

20/04/2010
Islandscape gets noticed There’s no escaping new photography tour company Islandscape Photography at the moment. Not only have they just got their new vehicle so that everyone on the Isle of Mull, where the company is based, can see them out and abo...

Biodiversity Events in May

19/04/2010
Biodiversity Events in May Did you know that 2010 is the International Year of Biodiversity? May the 22nd is International Biodiversity Day and there are celebrations going on across the country. Here are a few ideas: 1st – 12th May: Biodiversity &#...

Keep Your Bird Feeders Clean

18/04/2010
Keep Your Bird Feeders Clean Do you regularly clean your bird feeders and bird baths?  Bird feeders and bird baths are a lifeline for millions of cold and hungry birds especially in one of the worst winter we have had in a long time. Dirty bird feeders a...

Get up with the lark at Cream o’Galloway

18/04/2010
Get up with the lark at Cream o’Galloway First class visitor centre, Cream o’Galloway near Castle Douglas in Dumfries and Galloway runs lots of great events during the year. Here are a couple for the bird-lovers amongst us. Sunday 2nd May: Daw...

Scarce migrant birds roost at RSPB Loch of Kinnordy nature reserve

15/04/2010
Scarce migrant birds roost at RSPB Loch of Kinnordy nature reserve The sight of a common crane over RSPB Loch of Kinnordy nature reserve, near Kirremuir, north of Dundee in spring has become an annual event but staff have been left stunned by the arrival ...

Operation Peregrine Starts

02/04/2010
Operation Peregrine Starts A 24 hour watch over a peregrine falcon nest started this week with the launch of Scottish Wildlife Trust’s 2010’s ‘Operation Peregrine’. A nesting site of a pair of peregrine falcons that breed annually ...