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Wilderness Wednesday – Photos of Scotland

Well I hope our southern readers won’t mind too much if I whoop and cheer a little bit after 5 days of the most amazing sunny weather! So warm and dry over the last weekend that many of us werent quite sure what to do with ourselves. Luckily the team came to their senses pretty quickly and have been out … Continue reading


The Big Debate: Should we Reintroduce Wild Species?

The subject of species re-introductions is one that arouses polarised opinions. You seldom meet people who sit on the fence about it. The contentious issue of wolves in Scotland is a topic that keeps re-surfacing. Wildlife expert and Wilderness Guide Jonathan Willet shares his insight into the main arguments for and against wild species re-introduction in Scotland. The Big Debate: … Continue reading

Holidays in Spring time: 8 Reasons to travel in Spring

Holidays in Spring time: 8 Reasons to travel in Spring For anyone thinking of when to plan their getaways and holidays this year, we would like to make a suggestion… what about Spring? It’s a fantastic time of year, especially in the Highlands, as the wintry weather recedes and the warm, light days return. We’ve put our heads together to … Continue reading


Wilderness Wednesday – Photos of Scotland

Wilderness Wednesday – Photos of Scotland Spring may be springing but some of the Wilderness Team are finding the last of the snow to have a play on! Paul and read more >

Wilderness Episode 4 – Rolling Hebrides

Wilderness Episode 4 – Rolling Hebrides The fourth film in our series of Wilderness Episodes takes us to the far-flung archipelago of the Outer Hebrides. Join a group of mountain read more >

Folkore of Scotland’s Wildlife: Behind the ‘Big 5’

2013 was the Year of Natural Scotland and involved a campaign from Visit Scotland to get everyone talking about Scotland’s iconic wildlife and decide our own ‘Big 5′ animals. Director read more >

Success! John Muir Trust Conservation award

Great news from the John Muir Trust – their recent campaign to win £24,000 to enable conservation work on the Bla Bheinn path on Skye has been successful! The competition read more >


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