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New Species Profile: Slow Worm

Screen Shot 2016-10-27 at 21.22.32 This legless lizard is common and widespread in Scotland, but is declining because of habitat loss ... read more

Join us on one of our 2017 Conservation Weeks!

happy group Choose from four beautiful locations in the Highlands to spend a week with us restoring the Caledonian Forest ... book now

Help us rescue the upper River Affric!

Screen Shot 2016-10-25 at 21.06.03 The lower Affric River is famed for its beauty, with the native trees lining its banks adding to the splendour of sites such as Dog Falls. However, in the largely tree-less upper reaches of the Affric, it’s a different story. We're asking for your help in raising £15,000 for a crucial new project to return an abundance of life to the river … read more

Woodland soundscape survey offers new way to measure biodiversity

sound IMG_0355 Dundreggan - Birch trees, blue sky & cloud formation (medium) An innovative study of soundscapes at Trees for Life’s Dundreggan Conservation Estate near Loch Ness aims to reveal new findings about woodland health and the richness of wildlife at the 10,000-acre biodiversity hotspot. … read more

Journey With Trees launches map exploring Scotland’s lost woods and wildlife

L-R Lorna Linfield, Shela-Ann Ryan, Ariel Killick as  Forest nymph, Dundreggan Conservation Estate (medium) The lost woods and wildlife of the Highlands are to be rediscovered thanks to a new Gaelic place-name map project led by Trees for Life, which will promote the cultural importance of Scotland’s native woodland heritage. … read more

Tree-planting journey launches map exploring Scotland’s lost woods and wildlife

banner The lost woods and wildlife of the Highlands are set to be rediscovered thanks to a new Gaelic place-name map project led by Trees for Life, which aims to promote the cultural importance of Scotland’s native woodland heritage. … read more

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