Goose meat from the Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) licensed cull of geese in Orkney can be sold in the rest of Scotland.
Orkney’s Waters to be used to Investigate Blue Carbon
“We’re also going to be the first country in the world to undertake a region-wide blue carbon audit, which will be carried out in the Orkney Islands maritime region.”
More accurate surveys to be conducted due to concern over declining numbers of wild salmon
An electrofishing survey will take place between July and September conducted by trained biologists and volunteers.
Be-ware of Stoats!
SNH and the RSPB are currently focusing on the areas where the stoats which are presently on the Orkney Mainland
Irresponsible Shooting Leaves Geese Injured
This has occurred during the Open Season and is not part of the licensed cull of geese
Winter Wildlife Events in Orkney
The Orkney Native Wildlife Project is a partnership between Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and RSPB Scotland
Orkney Otters: Where Are They Hiding?
an example of excellent painstaking research which it would be important to build upon and take further.
Helping Scotland to be Pollinator Friendly
“Pollination is crucial for our environment – and, therefore, our own health, wealth and wellbeing. “