‘Benevolent’ new owner sought for a rotting ‘nationally significant’ Hebridean hunting lodge valued at £70,000.
‘Biodiversity and climate change are inextricably linked – in appreciating the natural world, we all have the power to help wildlife, ourselves and help tackle climate change.’
Match funding for the project has also come from Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) and West Highland College UHI, giving the whole project a value of over £500,000.
People are being urged to write to their MSPs asking for immediate protection for the Flapper Skate that are as endangered as Giant Panda and Polar Bears.
‘To see it hatch successfully and be released back into the ocean was a wonderful moment,’ says NatureScot.