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News from Jun 2010

Are you coming to the Adventure Tourism Summit this October?

23/06/2010
Are you coming to the Adventure Tourism Summit this October? This Autumn the eyes of the global adventure travel industry will be on the Cairngorms National Park as ATTA (Adventure Travel Trade Association) brings its Adventure Travel World Summit to Avie...

Mull Eagle Watch goes Wild for Money

21/06/2010
Mull Eagle Watch goes Wild for Money Wild Scotland member, Mull Eagle Watch is helping raise funds for the BBC Wildlife Fund by offering a short break to the Isle of Mull and a visit to the Mull Eagle Watch with RSPB warden, Dave Sexton. The sea eagles of...

Wildlife tourism worth £65million a year to the Scottish economy

16/06/2010
Wildlife tourism worth £65million a year to the Scottish economy £65 million – that’s the value of dedicated wildlife tourism to Scotland as stated in a report launched today by Richard Lochead, MSP, Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affa...

Wild Scotland welcomes Siljan Turism from Sweden

11/06/2010
Wild Scotland welcomes Siljan Turism from Sweden Wild Scotland was delighted to host a group of businesses from Siljan in Sweden this week and we showed the best of Perthshire and the Cairngorms. The group were interested in the various ways wildlife watc...

Photographer catches spectacular mid-air moment

10/06/2010
Photographer catches spectacular mid-air moment It’s the split-second moment when a buzzard mobbing a white-tailed eagle on the Isle of Mull had serious second thoughts. Mull photographer Iain Erskine, who holds a special licence, captured the image...

Seaprobe Atlantis in the Daily Telegraph

02/06/2010
Seaprobe Atlantis in the Daily Telegraph Glass bottom boat, Seaprobe Atlantis based at the Kyle of Lochalsh on the West Coast of Scotland was in the top ten best wildlife events in the UK in the Daily Telegraph recently. It was part of their National Wild...

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