Cairngorms Connect News

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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

First annual workshop held in Carpathian Mountains with ELP projects

Last month, 17 grantees of the Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) and the programme’s management team travelled to Romania’s Carpathian Mountains…

14th November 2019

Cairngorms Connect plant the seeds of change for montane scrub

High up in the corries of the Cairngorm plateau, two climbers are perched on a ledge. They’re not here for…

27th September 2019

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