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Double boost for award-winning Scottish forest and wildlife

Edinburgh - Plans to safeguard and restore Glen Affric, one of Scotland’s most iconic and beautiful glens received a double boost last weekend when conservation charity Trees for Life secured funding of almost £80,000 for new forest conservation projects.

Scotland’s wild spaces could see lynx and wolf return

Edinburgh - Could these two long departed predators make a return to Scotland’s wild spaces? A leading writer and an acclaimed conservationist will today argue the case for their return.

Concerted action will secure future of Scotland’s national tree

Forres - Amid much fanfare the native Scots pine was declared Scotland’s national tree, end January, but a leading conservation charity is calling for concerted action to ensure the iconic species has a secure future.

Scotland: Rare Highland birds in focus for new Conservation Week

Findhorn - Scottish conservation charity Trees for Life, engaged in a long term project restoring the ancient Caledonian pine forest, has announced a new conservation week with the focus on iconic and rare birds of the Scottish Highlands.

Scotland's Caledonian Forest undergoing a renaissance

March 21 is the first United Nations International Day of Forests. In Scotland, conservation charity Trees for Life is stepping up efforts to get people involved in a renaissance of Scotland’s long beleaguered ancient Caledonian pine forest.

'Lost world' of eight new species discovered near Loch Ness

Biodiversity studies carried out on a charitable foundation’s ancient woodlands west of Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands have unearthed a wide range of rare and endangered species, some previously unknown.
 

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Capercaillie or black grouse a species once common in the ancient Caledonian Forest
Capercaillie or black grouse a species once common in the ancient Caledonian Forest
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Trees for Life s Alan Watson Featherstone with a giant Scots pine uprooted during severe storms that...
Trees for Life's Alan Watson Featherstone with a giant Scots pine uprooted during severe storms that struck Dundreggan Conservation Estate near Loch Ness, Scotland, Dec. 2013
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Sawfly larvae - Nematus Pravus - one of the new species found at Dundreggan Estate in the Scottish H...
Sawfly larvae - Nematus Pravus - one of the new species found at Dundreggan Estate in the Scottish Highlands
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Red Deer pictured near remnant of Caledonian Forest at Invercauld House near Braemar  Scotland. Pict...
Red Deer pictured near remnant of Caledonian Forest at Invercauld House near Braemar, Scotland. Picturesque but deer can be a threat to the establishment of Caledonian pinewoods by munching on newly germinated trees.
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Caledonian Forest remnant at Glen Affric west of Loch Ness  Scotland with Mam Dodhail in background.
Caledonian Forest remnant at Glen Affric west of Loch Ness, Scotland with Mam Dodhail in background.
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Scattered remnants of a once great forest - Mature Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris. Glen Quoich  looking...
Scattered remnants of a once great forest - Mature Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris. Glen Quoich, looking towards Beinn a Bhuird, Scotland.
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Glen Affric  Scotland - one of the areas where Trees for Life have an ongoing Caledonian Forest rege...
Glen Affric, Scotland - one of the areas where Trees for Life have an ongoing Caledonian Forest regeneration project
Trees for Life Press Release
Alan Watson Featherstone  Executive Director of Trees for Life pictured in a pocket of old Caledonia...
Alan Watson Featherstone, Executive Director of Trees for Life pictured in a pocket of old Caledonian woodland at Dundreggan Estate, Scotland
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Fly and Cranefly on eared willow at Dundreggan Estate
Fly and Cranefly on eared willow at Dundreggan Estate
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Capercaillie a native of the Scottish Highlands pictured at Glen Affric  near Loch Ness  Scotland
Capercaillie a native of the Scottish Highlands pictured at Glen Affric, near Loch Ness, Scotland
Trees for Life - By permission
Glen Affric in Scotland s Highland region  one of Scotland s most beautiful and iconic wildernesses.
Glen Affric in Scotland's Highland region, one of Scotland's most beautiful and iconic wildernesses.
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Aphids - Cinara Smolandiae on juniper tree
Aphids - Cinara Smolandiae on juniper tree
Image Courtesy Trees for Life

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