The Cairngorms is home to a quarter of the UK’s rare and endangered species. It contains Scotland’s largest, most natural habitats, and is home to the country’s most ambitious, landscape-scale nature conservation action
What does Cairngorms Nature do?
There are many different individuals and organisations doing fantastic conservation work in the national park. Cairngorms Nature brings this work together and focuses it over the next five years on a number of key, priority areas.
Landscape-scale conservation, including the expansion of woodland and the restoration of peatlands and wetlands
Focused action to improve the status of threatened or declining species
We have achieved a lot in the last five years and we have produced an interactive report detailing our achievements during the first Cairngorms Nature Action Plan 2013-2018. View the interactive report here
Cairngorms Nature Action Plan 2018-2023 – Consultation
We are asking for your views on the next Cairngorms Nature Action Plan 2018-2023. Cairngorms Nature is a partnership for people and organisations to come together with a common desire to safeguard and enhance the outstanding nature in the Cairngorms National Park. The Action Plan describes the most important things to do over the next five years and provides a focus for the work of partners.