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News from Oct 2008

Seabird breeding season reveals big trouble for three species in the North

30/10/2008
Seabird breeding season reveals big trouble for three species in the North Analysis of this year’s seabird breeding data on RSPB’s coastal reserves shows that kittiwakes, Arctic terns and Arctic skuas have had a terrible season, with virtually...

Double Award Success for Wilderness Scotland

28/10/2008
Double Award Success for Wilderness Scotland Many congratulations to Wild Scotland member, Wilderness Scotlandwho had the pleasure of receiving two prestigious awards in October. The Edinburgh based adventure tour operator was delighted to be named the le...

Wildlife tourism generates significant income for the local economy

28/10/2008
Wildlife tourism generates significant income for the local economy A survey of Wild Scotland members shows that wildlife tourism contributes a significant amount to the tourism economy in Scotland. The survey asked members of the Scottish Wildlife Touris...

Scottish Seabird Centre Hatching New Plans

25/10/2008
Scottish Seabird Centre Hatching New Plans With anecdotal evidence of a decline of lobster catch in parts of Forth lobster fisheries, the award-winning Scottish Seabird Centre at North Berwick is in initial discussions with partners for a joint venture to...

Wild Scotland Conference: Thurs 27th Nov 2008

23/10/2008
Wild Scotland Conference: Thurs 27th Nov 2008 Wild Scotland Annual Conference Thurs 27th November 2008 11am – 4pm SNH Conference Centre, Battleby, nr Perth Join us at our annual meeting, find out more about Wild Scotland and participate in this year...

New Red Kite Visitor Centre opens at Argaty

10/10/2008
New Red Kite Visitor Centre opens at Argaty Argaty Red Kites growing as magnificent raptors recover One of the most successful and spectacular bird of prey visitor attractions in Scotland is about to get even better, as Wild Scotland member, Argaty Red Ki...

Do you think you have what it takes to make the next Planet Earth?

06/10/2008
Do you think you have what it takes to make the next Planet Earth? BBC One is looking for nine people to take part in the experience of a lifetime. Encountering extraordinary animals in amazing locations and testing yourself to the limit, this series will...

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