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Cairngorms Nature Big Weekend

Nature documentaries are the big winners on TV, series such as The Blue Planet and Countryfile have becomes flagship programmes for the BBC, attracting some of their highest viewing figures. The live diary-styled Springwatch programmes have a huge following on

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Posted in Walking News

Environmental Volunteering and the Cairngorms National Park

Volunteers are everywhere! What – or perhaps who – do you think of when you hear the word ‘volunteer’? Maybe the many volunteers forming part of the Mountain Rescue services across the country? Perhaps helping out with your children’s sports

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Posted in Access issues, Conservation, Magazine

Cairngorms Nature Festival and the power of conservation volunteering

Charlotte Milburn from the Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) reflects on the man-made and natural pressures on our wild land and how conservation volunteering can help. I was walking out in the Cairngorms over the Easter holidays and as always

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Posted in Magazine

The Cairngorms Nature partnership

Charlotte Millburn of the Cairngorms National Park Authority introduces ‘Cairngorms Nature’ – a partnership project between people and organisations that wish to safeguard and enhance the special landscapes and natural heritage of the area. The Cairngorms National Park is one

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Posted in Conservation, Magazine

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