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Colin passes half-way mark on 700-mile Scots watershed run

An ultrarunner aiming to complete a 700-mile route along Scotland’s watershed has passed the half-way point.

Scots midge repellent set to help Aussies fight off the little biters

A repellent developed to fight off the scourge of Scottish summer outdoor activities is finding favour Down Under.

Outdoors fans urged to become wildlife detectives

Outdoor enthusiasts are being urged to become wildlife detectives in a push to help organisations record plants and animals in Scotland.

Police probe after walkers find golden eagle's body

Police in the Highlands are asking walkers to be on the alert for signs of wildlife crime after walkers discovered the body of a golden eagle.

Ticks: the right answers to avoiding the troublesome biters

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Midges by the millions for Scots researchers

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No fooling: tick this Sunday in your diaries

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Ticks: How to avoid and remove the biters

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Sheep grazing helps wild flowers to thrive on walking and cycling trails

Wild flowers are again blooming beside a popular walking and cycling trail, thanks to sheep. A grant last year enabled the Peak District National P...

Highland estate manager had 'enough poison to kill all UK's birds of prey'

A manager on a Highland estate today pleaded guilty to possessing enough illegal pesticide to kill every bird of prey in Britain.

Euro-cash means green light for moors restoration

A massive project to regenerate some of the country’s most important moorland will go ahead after the European Union pledged £5½m to safeguard stretches of upland in the Peak District and South Pennines.

Scots midge forecast now online as new season starts

They can turn a pleasant walk into a nightmare; they hunt by sense of smell and bring misery to many visitors to the Highlands and other areas of the great outdoors.

Midge count plummets in Britain's wettest summer

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Have you seen a Green Hairstreak?

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Good news on the midge front?

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Ticks: how to avoid and remove the biters

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