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Natural solutions to living in a changing climate
Jim Densham, Senior Land Use Policy Officer (climate), says nature can provide solutions to some of our most pressing problems... Natural solutions to living in a changing climate View across Loch Insh by Andy Hay (rspb-images.com) If you travel to Inverness or Aviemore by train or up the...
18 Jun 2013
A hidden gem
Chris Knowles, RSPB Nature Counts Trainee Ecologist, has been out and about at our Baron's Haugh nature reserve near Motherwell... A hidden gem A ‘hidden gem’, an ‘overlooked treasure’, perhaps even a ‘best kept secret’, these metaphors might be clichés...
17 Jun 2013
Conservation Manager, Stuart Benn is back with a new blog... Cathedral Thinking Have you ever sent one of your mates a text or email and then got really annoyed because they didn’t reply immediately ? Or skipped a track on your playlist because you couldn’t wait the three minutes it...
12 Jun 2013
Look what the wind blew in...
Davide Scridel, Research Assistant with RSPB Scotland, gives us an update on his research work in the Outer Hebrides. Look what the wind blew in... It is nearly a month since I started here and I have now completed the first round of visits to each of my 1x1km 2 survey sites surveying for twite...
7 Jun 2013
Let's support farmers who do more for nature
Vicki Swales, Head of Land Use Policy, on High Nature Value farming and the wildlife that depends on it. Let's support farmers who do more for nature Machair by Chris Gomersall (rspb-images.com). You’re walking in the countryside, across farmland. Your senses are under attack. Under...
5 Jun 2013
Up the hill backwards
RSPB Scotland Trainee Ecologist, David Freeman, has been out surveying moss on our Loch Leven nature reserve... Up the Hill Backwards One of the first tasks I have undertaken as a Trainee Ecologist was to look at some of the more common bryophytes growing in the birch woods at RSPB Loch Leven....
4 Jun 2013
25 not out
Conservation Manager, Stuart Benn, is back with a new blog about the State of Nature. 25 not out Last week, Alastair Cook scored his 25th Test century for England, I completed 25 years of working for the RSPB and the State of Nature report was launched by 25 conservation organisations – and...
3 Jun 2013
Visiting Scotland's seabird cities
Kara Brydson, Senior Marine Policy Officer at RSPB Scotland, tells us about a recent visit to one of the wildlife wonders of the world. Visiting Scotland's seabird cities Imagine leaving work at the end of an unremarkable day. Within the hour you’re at what Sir David Attenborough calls...
30 May 2013
Choose sealife! Scotland's seabirds need your help.
Scotland's seabirds are suffering devastating declines. We have one chance to help them where they need it most - out at sea. Support Marine Protected Areas for seabirds and give them a fighting chance. Find out how you can help protect seabirds visit: rspb.org.uk/choosesealife
30 May 2013
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