Cairngorms Connect News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Climate Change Showcase: Restoring peat bogs in the Cairngorms

In the first of our landscape restoration and climate change mini-series, Matt Burnett, the Communications Coordinator for the Endangered Landscape…

1st November 2021

Life after death – the beauty of deadwood invertebrates

Criss-crossing trunks at drunken angles, broken lichen-scarred limbs, softly rotting wood beneath further freshly fallen trunks. These might be the…

7th July 2021

Art in a landscape: An interview with Hamish Napier

The creation and experience of art in a landscape – be it music, poetry, sculpture, dance, literature, or another form…

26th June 2020

Beetle monitoring: How dead wood is supporting new life

It only takes a few minutes of walking through a healthy Caledonian pinewood to see what a complex, dynamic place…

12th June 2020

The Endangered Landscapes Programme announces its first Annual Review

2019 was a significant year for the environmental agenda. We witnessed the twinned biodiversity and climate change crises moving up…

27th April 2020

Tiny winged wildlife enables big change in the Cairngorms

Cairngorms Connect has an ambitious 200-year vision to restore and enhance natural habitats in the Scottish Highlands. The humble moth…

21st January 2020