‘New Findings on Golden Eagles’ by Stuart Benn.

7:30pm on Wednesday 27 November in Nethybridge Community Centre

The talk is free and open to everyone. Please encourage others to come along.

Since Stuart retired from working with the RSPB in the Highlands, he has been involved in some exciting and encouraging work on Golden Eagles in the Monadhliaths. We are delighted that he has agreed to share interesting new findings with us on this magnificent top predator and Scotland’s national bird.

We are delighted to have capercaillie advisory officer Molly Doubleday to give this talk which promises to be full of up to date information:

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Public Talk: Conservation Management for Mammals in the National Forest Estate.

Thursday 5th September 2019. 7.30pm.

YMCA, 80 High Street, Grantown-on-Spey PH26 3EL

All welcome. Free.

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Tuesday 9th July at 7:30 pm, Carrbridge Village Hall: 'Amphibians & Reptiles of the Cairngorms' by David O'Brien.

An entertaining and knowledgeable speaker who has supervised projects on various amphibians including great crested newts in the Highlands, David is an active member of the Highland Biological Recording Group and a true enthusiast on amphibians and reptiles.

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BSCG's next public talk is on 21st November at 7.30pm in the Badenoch Centre (Youth room) Spey Street, Kingussie. It is an illustrated talk on . Craig is Conservation Director of Buglife, the charity that stands up for the small creatures that run the planet. Last year he received the RSPB Species Champion for Scotland award in recognition of a decade of work in which he has developed Buglife Scotland into an established conservation organisation. Buglife is currently involved with the Cairngorms rare invertebrates project.

In 2017 Craig undertook a survey of parts of the Spey catchment for stoneflies. He co-authored an authoritative pictorial guide to British mayflies published in 2010. With increasing pressures on our rivers and burns from such things as climate change, invasive species, water abstraction and pollution, not to mention growing concern for conserving vulnerable wildlife like pearl mussels and otters, this talk will provide a fascinating insight into the life of our burns.

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