Rare species discovered at ‘lost world’ estate near Loch Ness

Screen Shot 2017-02-23 at 12.10.55 Surveys at Trees for Life’s Dundreggan Conservation Estate near Loch Ness have revealed a range of rare species, including a midge never recorded in the United Kingdom before – underlining the site’s growing reputation as a ‘lost world’ for biodiversity … read more

Crossbill identification at Dundreggan Conservation Estate

scottish crossbill 2  L.Campbell 848px Dr Ron Summers, Principal Conservation Scientist with the RSPB, visited Dundreggan this week to check the identity of our resident crossbills. … read more

Red squirrel spotted at Dundreggan!

DSCF2134 Last week we received some very exciting news when a Conservation Day Volunteer spotted our first red squirrel at Dundreggan Conservation Estate. … read more

Deer skin tanning workshop

Screen Shot 2015-08-05 at 16.13.29 Join expert, Willow Lohr, to learn the basics of turning fresh deer skin into beautiful buckskin leather. … read more

7 years and 255,000 trees at Dundreggan

Dundreggan August marks the seven year anniversary of Trees for Life's purchase of Dundreggan, our flagship Conservation Estate where we have planted over 255,000 trees covering a total of 258 hectares. … read more

Tree Nursery Open Day

IMG_5840-1 Come along for a free day out to our Tree Nursery on 12 August in beautiful Glen Moriston to see where we grow all of our trees. … read more

Dundreggan Summer Workshops 2015

header-small Trees for Life is hosting a series of workshops at Dundreggan, which will be led by Alasdair Taylor of Earth for Life, a social enterprise dedicated to environmental education and ecotherapy. Booking is essential and places are limited, with part of the proceeds donated to Trees for Life. … read more

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