Cairngorms Connect News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Art and science in the wild of the Cairngorms

The Cairngorms bear a sense of both peace and grandeur in their lofty peaks and ancient forests, writes Ellie Dimambro-Denson,…

15th August 2019

Can camera trapping help capture predator ecology?

Over the last few centuries, Scotland has been a dangerous place to be a predator. Described by some as the…

31st July 2019

Landscape restoration: How do we measure impacts on nature and people?

From ecosystem recovery to the development of nature-based business enterprises, restoration at the landscape scale offers a myriad of potential…

31st January 2019

Winterwatch 2019 is going wild for the Cairngorms

In a time when our lives are organised with more predictability than ever, nature still offers an immersive experience of…

21st December 2018

CoP, Egypt 2018: What does it mean for landscape restoration in Europe?

Over the next two weeks, world leaders will be gathering in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. There they will discuss global biodiversity conservation…

16th November 2018

Eight landscapes for life announced!

Eight projects will provide a powerful demonstration of nature’s powers of recovery, and of the benefits to be won from…

8th October 2018