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Category: Natural history

*Wild Food in our Woodlands

Today, in honour of Scottish Year of Food 2015, we are exploring the wild food of our forefathers,...

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*Tremendous Trees – Silver Birch

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The next best time is now.” ~Chinese Proverb to...

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*Beekeeping, an interview with Tim Rowe

Here at the nature reserve our beehives are quiet. The weather outside is frightful, so the bees In...

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*Re-wilding our nature reserve?

On the question of re-wilding, Neiztche said only humans suffer from ‘the malady of history’. By...

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*Distinguishing Deer, Roe or Red?

Red and Roe deer are regularly sighted here at Highland Titles Nature Reserve. Roe deer are ever in...

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*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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*Tremendous Trees – Sallow (Goat Willow)

One of the more common trees you’ll find in our Scottish woodland is the ancient Sallow, known...

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