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Locals asked for their views as Corrie Fee NNR public consultation begins

17 January, 2018

Local people are being asked for their views about the future plans for an Angus nature reserve.

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New funding round for Agri-Environment Climate Scheme – comment from Scottish Natural Heritage

17 January, 2018

Chair of Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH), Mike Cantlay, has welcomed the announcement today from Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform, Roseanna Cunningham, that the Agri-Environment Climate Scheme is now open for applications.

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Crucial work to help save Scottish wildcats

16 January, 2018

DNA collection and genetic analysis of wild Scottish wildcats is taking place this winter to help guide current and future conservation efforts for this endangered Scottish species.

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St Cyrus Nature Reserve visitors advised to take different path after landslide

10 January, 2018

Managers of St Cyrus National Nature Reserve are keen to highlight that the reserve is open, after a landslide affected the main cliff path. Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is advising that even though the main path is currently closed, most of reserve is unaffected and open to the public.

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Fund to reconnect disadvantaged communities with their green spaces across Scotland’s towns and cities

10 January, 2018

Across Scotland’s towns and cities, over £300k is now available to groups looking to engage urban communities through nature, under a programme led by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).

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Artist paints brighter picture for endangered wildcat

08 January, 2018

One of the many paintings created by the Dumfriesshire artist is a piece featuring a charming Scottish wildcat.

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