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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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*This Land Ain’t Your Land (part 2)

Who owns the other 85% of British real estate? A group of families, about 189,000 of them, own about...

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*This Land Ain’t Your Land (Part 1)

The British Isles are comprised of 60 million acres of real estate. Who owns it all? The short is we...

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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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*Gruesome Ghosts of Glamis

It looks spooky doesn’t it? That’s because it is. A whole collection of ghosts have been seen or...

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*Tremendous Trees – The Oak

The word ‘Druid’ is derived from an original Gaelic word meaning “men of the oak”. This is a...

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*Flora of the Scots pine forest – The Cowberry

With the arrival of autumn, season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, it’s time again for pine...

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