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Category: Conservation

*Tremendous Trees – Larch

Welcome back to our occasional series on trees of Scotland. Today we look at the larch, a non-native...

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*Heritage Trees of The Trossachs

Of the two National Parks in Scotland, the Trossachs is smaller and more Southerly (The Cairngorms...

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*Flora of the Scots pine forest – The Blaeberry

This time of year our volunteers come across a little blue berry in the nature reserve, known to as...

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*The Caledonian Forest

The earliest reference to woodland in Scotland belongs to the Romans, who wrote of the Caledonia to...

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*The Cairngorms

The Cairngorms National Park in the middle of the Scottish Highlands is twice the size of the Lake a...

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*Averting a Crossbill Crisis

The Scottish forest is home to some spectacular species of bird, not least the Scottish crossbill, a...

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*Carry on Coppicing

The numbers of extreme downsizers are increasing, like Nick Weston, dubbed the modern day Robinson a...

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*Scottish land: The Glen is Mightier Than the Lord

There has been such a hoo-hah over the new ‘Community Right to Buy’ bill in Scotland which first...

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*Yes you can get blue tooth in the forest!

The Scots pine is the largest and one of the longest-lived trees in the Scottish forest, rivaled by...

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