23 March 2018
Rangers, rivers, research and . . . bees

If you'd like to see the enormous range of events on offer from the Highlife Highland Rangers this year, take a look at their new website

You might also like to know about the SNH Outdoor Learning in Nature fund. Which is is a competitive fund, with a budget of £600k that will run for 2 years. It is intended to support the implementation of a place-based progression model of outdoor learning, and should be focussed on young people (3-26 years) from the most deprived areas and disadvantaged backgrounds. Closing date for the first round is 30 April 2018. Find out more


RSPB Community Engagement Officer, Insh Marshes

Seasonal Scottish Dolphin Centre Assistant at WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre, Moray. Closing date 17th April

Crown Estate Scotland (Interim Management), Glenlivet Closing date 3rd April


Rivers - research help request

Help phd student, Victoria Keele understand the multiple benefits to human wellbeing of our rivers. Read her blog in Scotland's Nature.


Woodland Trust Bunce Survey Introduction and Training, Achnacarry, Loch Arkaig 4- 5th May. Find out more and book from Brione Slaney BrioneSlaney@woodlandtrust.org.uk

Sea Scotland conference 'Empowerment in marine stewardship: Emerging opportunities for citizens and communities in Scotland'- St Andrews,  June 20 - 21st


The Pollinator Monitoring and Research Partnership aims to 'combine improved analyses of long-term records with new systematic survey activity to establish how insect pollinator populations are changing across Great Britain.'

Read the James Hutton Institute news

and also from the James Hutton Institute - Scotland’s sparsely populated areas confronted by demographic challenges


Saving Scotland’s bumblebees

Photograh: great yellow bumblebee, by Neil Cowie for Bumblebee Conservation Trust


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