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Beaver | Park Authority News | 20th December, 2023

The first beavers to be translocated to the Cairngorms are settling into their new home after arriving in…

Beaver | Conservation News | Park Authority News | Park News | 5th December, 2023

The Cairngorms National Park Authority has welcomed the announcement from NatureScot, approving the organisation’s licence application to translocate Eurasian…

Beaver | Conservation News | Park Authority News | Park News | 27th September, 2023

Beavers could be a step closer to returning to the Cairngorms National Park after an absence of 400…

Beaver | Conservation News | Park Authority News | Park News | 18th September, 2023

Time is running out to share your views on the return of beavers to the Cairngorms National Park,…

Beaver | Park Authority News | 9th August, 2023

Next steps could see beavers here by this Autumn Beavers are a step closer to returning to the…

Conservation News | Park Authority News | Park News | 4th July, 2023

Support for coordinated action, as lek counts and genetics study results revealed The results from this spring’s capercaillie…

Blog | Conservation News | Park Authority News | Park News | 13th April, 2023

By Doug McAdam, Cairngorms National Park Authority Board Member. What do ptarmigan, golden plover, lapwings and capercaillie all…

Conservation News | Park Authority News | Park News | 23rd March, 2023

A delicate and rare plant is the focus of conservation efforts in eastern areas of the Cairngorms National…

Beaver | Conservation News | Park Authority News | Park News | 17th February, 2023

Find out more at information events in March In the midst of a climate and nature crisis, beavers…

Beaver | Blog | Conservation News | Park Authority News | Park News | 16th February, 2023

By Grant Moir, Chief Executive, Cairngorms National Park Authority Ecosystem engineer – a term often used to describe…