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Yearly Archives: 2010

Bird spectacle planned for Loch Leven

A bird walk on 30 December, led by Scottish Natural Heritage staff, will showcase the winter spectacles on offer at the Loch Leven national nature reserve. Winter is a surprisingly good time to see some fascinating bird life at the

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Posted in Conservation, Walking News

Happy Xmas from Walkhighlands

Season’s greetings from the Walkhighlands’ team – have a good one and keep safe.

Posted in Walkhighlands news

Crime scene footprints in Fife

The recent snowfall has caused chaos in many parts of the country but at Scottish Natural Heritage's (SNH) Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve, snow has had a revealing effect. The white stuff is perfect for following the, sometimes shocking, behaviour of

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Moorland project combats harrier decline

An innovative project in Renfrewshire is combating declining hen harrier numbers. Over the last three years, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has been working with land managers in the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park to support management of their moorland for wildlife.

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Community fail to buy Glencoe House

The local community has failed in its bid to purchase Glencoe House from NHS Highland. The building, which had been used as a cottage hospital and old people’s home in recent years, had been the subject of an attempt by

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Women on Wheels

Women who want to try mountain biking for the first time, or experienced female riders wanting to refresh their skills, are being invited to three guided sessions on the famous 7stanes trails. The three sessions, the first on 23rd January

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Posted in Uncategorized, Walking News




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