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Scotland’s Weird and Wonderful Sea Life

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29.05.18

With a myriad of lochs, inlets, islands and firths, Scotland’s seas are vast - It’s coastline makes up 10% of Europe’s total! Our waters may be chilly, but that doesn’t stop a huge variety of wildlife from making it their home.  

Back from the Brink: wildlife success stories in Scotland

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24.05.18

With its glens, mountains, lochs and forests, the Highlands are a haven for wildlife. The areas sparse human population leaves plenty of space for animals and plants to flourish, and the Highlands have become a top destination to come and see some of Britain’s rarest species.  

Celtic Festival of Beltane

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01.05.18

Today is Beltane, one of the most important days in the Scottish pre-Christian calendar. It is a day steeped in mystery, when fires were built, offerings made and rituals enacted. There has been a rekindling of interest in Beltane in the last decade with a resurgence of contemporary festivals celebrating the occasion with reinterpretations of tradition instead of recreations of past rites.  

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