A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Oscar's Trees
Oscar's 10th Birthday
September 6

Oscar's 10th Birthday grove

Welcome to Oscar's webpage,
created by his Granny Sue for his 10th birthday.
He is excited to be part of the Caledonian re-forestation project
and to have a grove of trees planted in his name
in this magical, ancient place.

From a very early age, Oscar has been taught
to appreciate nature and the wild,
growing up in Western Canada.
Oscar knows all about tropical species as well,
having spent many summers
in his Dad's birthplace of Bermuda.
Oscar's current dream is to work for
the World Wildlife Federation
to protect all the endangered species of this planet.

Granny Sue hopes that he will be able to see
his trees in the Caledonian Forest
growing into magnificent specimens
of what once covered that beautiful land.

Oscar & his family welcome any new addition to his Grove
to mark a special occasion in his life.

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More trees to grow with Oscar, as he celebrates his 14th Birthday! With love from Granny Sue & Grandpa

Donated by Susanne Notman

7th September 2017

Susanne Pride Notman donationTo celebrate Oscar's 12th birthday, who is growing as strong as his Highland trees! With love from his Granny Sue.

Donated by Susanne Pride Notman

6th September 2015

In celebration of Oscar's 11th birthday, may Oscar and his Grove of trees grow together! With love from Granny Sue and Grandpa

Donated by Susanne Notman

25th August 2014

A little bit of Scotland from a little bit of Scot!

18th November 2013

Donated by Susanne E. Notman

6th September 2013

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Your grove of trees

The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
Oscar's 10th Birthday's grove
Trees in this grove: 32

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