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NATURE RECOVERY


Lock away carbon - reducing our footprint

Restore nature and boost biodiversity


Trying to give back to the natural world - our life support systems!
 

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Working with Nature...

We’re delighted to work in partnership with SCOTLAND: The Big Picture, a charity that works to drive the recovery of nature across Scotland through rewilding, in response to the growing climate and biodiversity crisis.

Each year, we contribute a percentage of our income to a dedicated rewilding fund that catalyses the creation of new natural habitats, providing a home for bugs, butterflies, bees and birds, as well as locking up carbon.

The Northwoods Rewilding Fund

The Northwoods Rewilding Fund provides a pathway for businesses to return fully functioning wild ecosystems to thousands of acres across Scotland, through the restoration of natural habitats. This first-of-its-kind private impact fund is dedicated to ecological recovery

https://www.scotlandbigpicture.com/northwoods

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RSPB MEMBERS

We are proud to be members of the RSPB and support their efforts in conservation and nature recovery.

We also acknowledge that we visit a number of RSPB reserves on our package expeditions and have had some memorable nature-based experiences thanks to the hardworking efforts of RSPB staff to create and protect such wonderful and impaortnat habitats.

https://www.rspb.org.uk/

BT0 MEMBERS & VOLUNTEERS

Ewan is the BTO rep for North Argyll, which is an unpaid role that involves overseeing all voluntary survey efforts in the north of the region. Ewan commits a few hours each month to managing these surveys, assigning volunteers and aiming to increase interest and participation. These BTO surveys are vital for increasing our understanding of bird / environmental trends and are used to drive policy change.

The Nature Scotland team also undertake some of these core surveys on Mull along with being proud BTO members.

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