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Clock change increases deer risk on roads

31 October, 2018

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is warning motorists to be aware of the increased potential for collisions between deer and vehicles due to the shorter periods of daylight.

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15 criomagan fiosrachaidh: comharrachadh na Gàidhlig ’s dualchas nàdair na h-Alba

18 October, 2018

Gabhaidh dealbhan aig sàr-ìre de dhùmhlachd-bhreacaidh a luchdachadh a-nuas gu h-ìosal

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15 fascinating facts: a celebration of Gaelic and Scotland's natural heritage

18 October, 2018

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Goireas nàdair ùr sa Ghàidhlig do sgoiltean

16 October, 2018

Tha Dualchas Nàdair na h-Alba (SNH) a' brosnachadh nan ceanglaichean cultarail le nàdar tron Ghàidhlig an lùib stuthan teagaisg ùra.

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New Gaelic nature resource for schools

16 October, 2018

The cultural connections to nature through Gaelic are being promoted with new teaching materials from Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).

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CEO’s 1300-mile epic cycle concludes in Inverness

12 October, 2018

Francesca Osowska, CEO of Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH), today completed an epic 1300-mile cycle journey around Scotland, inspiring staff and the public to get active in Scotland’s beautiful nature and improve both their mental and physical health.

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Beaver numbers increase across Tayside

12 October, 2018

Beaver numbers across Tayside have increased in the past six years, according to a new Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) survey.

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Taisbeanadh sònraichte ann an Dùn Omhain a' dèanamh luaidh air Chluaidh

11 October, 2018

Taisbeanadh sònraichte de choimisean ùr leis an t-seinneadair, neach-ciùil, is chraoladair chliùiteach, Màiri Anna NicUalraig, a' tighinn a Dhùn Omhain. Bidh clann-sgoile na sgìre rim faicinn ann cuideachd.

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Campaign to inspire young women to get outside unveiled on World Mental Health Day

10 October, 2018

A new campaign to inspire more young women to get outside and enjoy nature has been unveiled on World Mental Health Day.

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Mapping breakthrough with benefits for people and nature

09 October, 2018

The wildlife and landscape of Scotland’s wildest and most remote islands, moorland and mountain ranges are set to be understood as never before, through ground breaking new mapping technology that can help us to tackle climate change and manage our upland habitats.

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