Category: Conservation Science

The Flows to the Future Project is ending in Autumn 2019. After this time there will be limited updates on this news page. Please feel free to have a browse through past news stories and blogs to get a taster for what went on during the five years of the project.

At the loch-side: sitting, waiting and watching

What’s the best way to see wildlife, if you are out and about? Should you rake about, looking for things (like a hen harrier), or just hide yourself in a good spot and wait (like a dragonfly nymph)?
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Surveying in and on the Flow Country lochs

Survey data from the field is an important source for conservation work and site management. With a series of short stories we uncover the different surveys that are taking place in the Flow Country.
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My 2015 RSPB Internship

The summer has flown past, as it usually does up here in the North of Scotland. Although I’m writing this after my internship has finished, I’d like to share my unforgettable experience and impressions with you.
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