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Strathbeg goose funding applications open

21 November, 2014

Applications for funding through the Loch of Strathbeg Goose Management Scheme 2015 open this Monday, announced the Loch of Strathbeg Local Goose Management Group (LGMG) today.

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Statistical News Release: Index of Abudance for Scottish Terrestrial Breeding Birds

20 November, 2014

An Official Statistics Publication for Scotland:
Index of Abundance for Scottish terrestrial breeding birds, 1994 to 2013

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Latest beaver trial reports published

20 November, 2014

Six reports looking at the trial reintroduction of beavers at Knapdale in Argyll have been published today (Thursday 20 November).

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Illegal pearl fishers in Assynt to be targets of new action

19 November, 2014

A scheme is being launched in the Lochinver area of West Sutherland in a bid to crack down on recent illegal pearl fishing.

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Six straths identified as important for Scottish wildcats

11 November, 2014

A new survey has identified six important areas for Scottish wildcats.

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New report shows encouraging signs for seabirds in Scotland

04 November, 2014

After declines over the last two decades, seabird numbers show encouraging signs, according to new statistics by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).

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Nutritious supper halting decline in Scotland’s choughs

03 November, 2014

An extra snack each day for fledglings is helping to prevent the loss of one of Scotland’s rarest resident breeding birds, says Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).

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Arson destroys important natural site in Fife

28 October, 2014

A large fire in Fife has threatened a rare butterfly and destroyed part of a protected natural area, reports Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).

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Clock change increases deer risk on roads

24 October, 2014

As the clocks turn back this weekend, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is warning motorists that the risk of collisions between deer and vehicles increase in certain parts of Scotland.

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New squirrelpox research released today

23 October, 2014

New research released today predicts how the squirrelpox virus could spread in grey squirrel populations in Scotland, and will be useful in planning how best to protect red squirrels.

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