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Fewer avalanches recorded after winter with relatively little snow

Fewer avalanches recorded after winter with relatively little snow

Fewer avalanches recorded after winter with relatively little snow

The Scottish Avalanche Information Service (SAIS) has ended this season's forecasts – with one of its lowest totals of snow slides.


Water vole watchers needed this spring in Badenoch and Strathspey

Water vole watchers needed this spring in Badenoch and Strathspey

Water vole watchers needed this spring in Badenoch and Strathspey

Country-wide effort needed to save Britain’s fastest declining mammal


Yellow weather warning the Highlands

Yellow weather warning the Highlands

Yellow weather warning the Highlands

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the Highlands. It is for ice and will last from 10pm today until 9am tomorrow.


Highland Tourism launches Climate Positive Leadership Group

Highland Tourism launches Climate Positive Leadership Group

Highland Tourism launches Climate Positive Leadership Group

Highland Tourism Community Interest Company (CIC) has announced the inaugural meeting of its Climate Positive Leadership Group (CPLG).


Forestry organisations praised for steering response to winter storms

Forestry organisations praised for steering response to winter storms

Forestry organisations praised for steering response to winter storms

Public and private forestry organisations have been praised for their synergy in managing the aftermath of winter storms.


No place like home for rare northern damselfly in Badenoch and Strathspey

No place like home for rare northern damselfly in Badenoch and Strathspey

No place like home for rare northern damselfly in Badenoch and Strathspey

New lochans are being created in the strath to save the endangered species


Deadly ice warning for hillwalkers as Highland mountains remain in grip of winter

Deadly ice warning for hillwalkers as Highland mountains remain in grip of winter

Deadly ice warning for hillwalkers as Highland mountains remain in grip of winter

Hillgoers are being warned of a "deadly skating rink" in the mountains as experts say winter conditions are still prevalent in the mountains.


Highlands MSP calls for review of Scottish Outdoor Access Code

Highlands MSP calls for review of Scottish Outdoor Access Code

Highlands MSP calls for review of Scottish Outdoor Access Code

'The code is nearly 20 years old now and there are new demands on the countryside'


Glenshero in the Monadhliath deemed 'not right place' for 39-turbine wind farm

Glenshero in the Monadhliath deemed 'not right place' for 39-turbine wind farm

Glenshero in the Monadhliath deemed 'not right place' for 39-turbine wind farm

Scheme would have contributed to one of the largest swathes of wind turbines in the UK


Wild land report raises concerns over protection of Highland mountain scenery

Wild land report raises concerns over protection of Highland mountain scenery

Wild land report raises concerns over protection of Highland mountain scenery

A new report on the state of wild land in the Highlands is calling for better protection of its wild mountain scenery.


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