Highland Wildlife Fair

The first Highland Wildlife Fair was held at Inverness College UHI on Saturday 16th April 2016 and attracted over 300 visitors to see the 34 stalls from organisations across the Highlands and to listen to the eight talks about a wide range of wildlife work.


Sweeping for sea trout: Dr Shona Marshall and Adam Beynon-Jones, West Sutherland Fisheries Trust

The Rivers and Fisheries Trust, dealing with invasive species: Meryl Norris, RAFTS

Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems and their benefits for wildlife: Marcia Rae, Highland Council

Great crested newt surveying in the Highlands: Pete Minting, Amphibian and Reptile Conservation

What’s Happening with Wildcats: Emma Rawling, Scottish Wildcat Action, Scottish Natural Heritage

Inverness Bat Group: Katy Martin

Far north communities working together for bumblebees: Katy Malone, Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Red squirrel conservation work with the National Trust for Scotland: Rob Dewar, National Trust for Scotland



Abriachan Forest Trust
Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
Badenoch & Strathspey Conservation Group 
Bumblebee Conservation Trust
Butterfly Conservation, Highland Branch
Countryside Jobs service 
Funder: Greenspace Scotland, tesco bags
Highland Biodiversity
Highland Council Rangers
Highland Environmental Network
Highland Red Squirrel
Inverness Botany Group
Inverness Field Club
John Muir Trust
National Trust for Scotland
Rivers and Fisheries Trust Scotland (RAFTS)
RAFTS; Findhorn
RAFTS: Cromarty Fisheries Trust
RAFtS: Ness and Beauly Fisheries Trust
RAFTS: West Sutherland Fisheries Trust
RAFTS: West Sutherland Fisheries Trust
Rivers and Lochs Institute
RSPB Wildlife Explorers 
Scottish Ornithologists’ Club
Scottish Wildcat Action
Scottish Wildlife Trust
Seashore Project
Skye and Lochalsh Environmental Forum
Tain and District Field Club
Wild Things!

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