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Jun 19, 2021

The Cairngorms National Park is a vast area evoking images of soaring eagles, magnificent stags, and the elusive capercaillie. But the wildest parts of Scotland are also home to more overlooked species - the humble amphibians. By Danny O’Brien, CNPA kickstart ranger.

Jun 4, 2021

A small species of native willow tree, specially adapted for life in the extreme climate of the Cairngorm mountains, is being thrown a lifeline, thanks to a team effort by local volunteers, Cairngorms Connect, Trees for Life and the Cairngorms National Park Authority.

Jan 6, 2021

A new Endangered Landscapes Artist Residency offers opportunities to celebrate how people connect to the landscape in the Cairngorms.

Sep 7, 2020

September sees the start of work on peatland restoration on An Lurg on RSPB Abernethy to repair historic damage on this degraded and actively eroding section of blanket bog.

Jul 4, 2020

With the UK losing 97% of wildflower meadows since the Second World War, Invertromie meadows on RSPB Insh Marshes Reserve is a special place. Join Pete, the warden at Insh Marshes on National Meadows day, as he explores the diversity and special characteristics that make these meadows so unique...

May 18, 2020

Deadwood forms a critical part of the natural woodland system and in this update project scientist Dr Pip Gullett explores its importance along with recent work to monitor the impacts of restoration work…

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