Hebridean Whale Trail set to be the first of its kind in the UK

Individuals, communities and businesses are being asked to contribute ideas for top sites at which to spot whales, dolphins and porpoises from land on Scotland’s west coast – all in an effort to help create a Hebridean Whale Trail that will be the first of its kind in the UK.  The high-profile trail will be […]

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Rare reptiles given a second chance at RSPB reserve

One of the UK’s  most threatened reptiles has been given a boost with the introduction of 21 young sand lizards to the RSPB’s Farnham Heath reserve. With summer just around the corner, sand lizards are looking forward to a brighter future after a project between the RSPB and ARC saw 21 sand lizards given new homes at […]

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Hookpod: the best conservation initiative you may not have heard of

Invented by conservationists in collaboration with commercial fishermen, a new device is helping longline fishing vessels to be safer for seabirds. What is longline fishing and how does it endanger seabirds? Longline fishing is a commercial activity that involves catching fish such as tuna and swordfish using very long lines of baited hooks. A single […]

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Beloved Kielder ospreys sighted in West Africa!

Great news for fans of the wonderful Kielder ospreys!  If you’re eagerly awaiting the return of the birds to their breeding ground at Kielder Water & Forest Park, Northumberland during April, you will be pleased to hear that four birds have been sighted in West Africa.  Joanna Dailey is an osprey volunteer with the Forestry […]

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