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Frogs flourish in urban ‘SuDS’ ponds

11 April, 2024

Networks of urban drainage ponds not only help to control surface water in our towns and cities, but they also support the genetic diversity of frogs, according to a new report.

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Call for volunteers to tackle invasive American mink in northern Scotland

05 April, 2024

A major invasive species project working across the north of Scotland is appealing for volunteers to help protect native wildlife by monitoring and controlling populations of introduced American mink.

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Call for volunteers to tackle invasive American mink in West Highlands

04 April, 2024

A major invasive species project working in the West Highlands is appealing for volunteers to help protect native wildlife by monitoring and controlling populations of introduced American mink.

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Projects share £7.8m to restore at-risk habitats and species

04 April, 2024

Fourteen projects across Scotland are to receive a share of £7.8m from the Scottish Government’s Nature Restoration Fund, bringing the total invested so far to nearly £40 million.

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Call for volunteers to tackle invasive American mink in Angus

02 April, 2024

A major invasive species project working in Angus is appealing for volunteers to help protect native wildlife by monitoring and controlling populations of introduced American mink.

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Call for volunteers to tackle invasive American mink in East Highlands

02 April, 2024

A major invasive species project working in the East Highlands is appealing for volunteers to help protect native wildlife by monitoring and controlling populations of introduced American mink.

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