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With stunning views across the River Dee and Loch Ken, this tranquil reserve plays host to many exciting winter visitors, including Greenland white-fronted and greylag geese. Spring is also an excellent time to visit. More...
Kirkconnell Merse is one of the largest expanses of merse (saltmarsh) habitat in south Scotland. The site is internationally important for wintering Svalbard barnacle geese, with up to 5,000 present between October and April each year. More...
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3 September 2014
Businesses and politicians have the power to make a difference in tackling the crisis facing our wildlife, according to Sir David Attenborough.
The West Country’s water industry bosses are among a wide range of business leaders attending a major national conference today in London today to hear Sir David Attenborough and Deputy PM Nick Clegg speak about how making space for wildlife is good for business.
Finding game-changing solutions to the crisis facing nature is the theme of the landmark Conference for Nature today which features high-profile delegates including Sir David Attenborough, The Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP, Germaine Greer and key people from business, politics, the utility sector and conservation
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