Tag Archives: NatureScot

Where have the hen harriers gone?

Flanders Moss NNR Our second hen harrier count of the year took place last week – a much drier and brighter session than our first (see Ceris’ blog post “Winter Visitors to Flanders Moss”), but sadly, just as unfruitful a … Continue reading

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A recovering of tree covers

Blawhorn NNR Walk, cycle or drive past any area where new trees have been planted and you cannot fail to notice that their emerging trunks tend to be encased in green tubes. These are tree covers, and they provide protection … Continue reading

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Dreich yet dramatic deer counts

Ben Lui Nature Reserve Sometimes our team must travel a little further afield for their work. Though Ben Lui is not a NatureScot NNR, it is a reserve that we historically owned and managed. This means that, even now, we … Continue reading

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Introductions (One of Two)

Stirling NNRs David has kindly introduced us, but we (Ceris and I) figured you may also like a little personal hello, and a bit of background as to what has brought us to the Stirling NNR team. My name is … Continue reading

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