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Garden plant gone wild risks future of climate hero ants

Garden plant gone wild risks future of climate hero ants

Garden plant gone wild risks future of climate hero ants

There's plants in your ants...


Call for green health community projects across the Highlands to apply for funding boost

Call for green health community projects across the Highlands to apply for funding boost

Call for green health community projects across the Highlands to apply for funding boost

A HIGHLAND green initiative has announced the opening of applications in support of local environmental projects in the region.


Sutherland wildlife group member's hunt for wood-ant nests

Sutherland wildlife group member's hunt for wood-ant nests

Sutherland wildlife group member's hunt for wood-ant nests

A member of a Sutherland wildlife group is encouraging people to report sightings of wood-ant nests.


Marine conservationist Fin (14) inspired to fight the 'plastic tide' at north-west Sutherland beach

Marine conservationist Fin (14) inspired to fight the 'plastic tide' at north-west Sutherland beach

Marine conservationist Fin (14) inspired to fight the 'plastic tide' at north-west Sutherland beach

The recent visit of a Highland MSP has inspired Fin to remove over 450 kg of marine litter at Scouriemore.


Forests need to be 'fit for the future' against backdrop of changing climate

Forests need to be 'fit for the future' against backdrop of changing climate

Forests need to be 'fit for the future' against backdrop of changing climate

Future-proofing woodlands to be more resilient will ensure they continue to provide environmental and economic benefits, according to new advice.


Marine businesses encouraged to contribute to 'ground-breaking' fund for coasts and seas projects

Marine businesses encouraged to contribute to 'ground-breaking' fund for coasts and seas projects

Marine businesses encouraged to contribute to 'ground-breaking' fund for coasts and seas projects

A ground-breaking initiative designed to transform the health of coasts and seas has been launched.


Scotland's chief vet confirms bird flu cases at Sutherland coastal reserve

Scotland's chief vet confirms bird flu cases at Sutherland coastal reserve

Scotland's chief vet confirms bird flu cases at Sutherland coastal reserve

Over 160 bird carcases have been found at Loch Fleet this week alone.


Coigach and Assynt Heritage Trail due to be launched

Coigach and Assynt Heritage Trail due to be launched

Coigach and Assynt Heritage Trail due to be launched

Local people and visitors are being encouraged to slow down and take their time to explore the history of Coigach and Assynt on a new trail.


Orca Watch citizen science event set to return for 10th anniversary

Orca Watch citizen science event set to return for 10th anniversary

Orca Watch citizen science event set to return for 10th anniversary

Killer whale fans will be out in force across the far north at the end of this month as Sea Watch Foundation’s Orca Watch marks its 10th anniversary.


PICTURES: Photography competition showcases Sutherland's extraordinary wildlife

PICTURES: Photography competition showcases Sutherland's extraordinary wildlife

PICTURES: Photography competition showcases Sutherland's extraordinary wildlife

The winners of a photography competition held in memory of a founding member of the North Sutherland Wildlife Group have been announced.


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