Apr 06 2020

Thoughts from an ospreycam volunteer

Michelle Kelly is one of a team of Scotland Ospreycam volunteers, who every year help us make this exciting project run smoothly by watching, reviewing and editing footage from our camera at Loch Arkaig.     Luckily, this is a project that pesky Covid-19 cannot halt, as...

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Apr 02 2020

Bigger is better!

The Trust recently ran a fundraising appeal to purchase an extension to the Hucking Estate, near Maidstone, Kent. We’re thrilled to announce that this has been a great success.   Thanks to the generosity of people across the UK, this new expanse will extend Hucking to a...

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Apr 02 2020

Hello Fairy Glen!

We are absolutely delighted to announce that Andrew Carnegie’s “Fairy Glen” Acquired by Woodland Trust Scotland.   Welcome to the fold, Fairy Glen!     We have purchased a favourite summer picnic spot of Andrew Carnegie, a millionaire industrialist and philanthropist  who bought the Skibo Estate, and its Ledmore...

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Apr 02 2020

How to attract butterflies to your garden

Watching butterflies flutter about in the sunshine is one of life’s pleasures, but you might have noticed there are fewer around these days. The UK has 59 different types of butterfly. But sadly populations have declined recently due to loss of their habitat, pollution and changing...

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Apr 01 2020

Staying connected with nature

Even though we are confined to our homes for now, we can still maintain our connection with nature by enjoying the wildlife that visits our gardens, balconies and flower pots. Perhaps you have spotted something interesting on your daily walk, or have had an unexpected...

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