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St Kilda: A Potted History
Hirta is thought to have been first inhabited 5,000 years ago, by Bronze Age travellers. The population reportedly never exceeded 180 people (averaging 100), strictly limited by resources. Indeed, St Kildans had to be remarkably self-sufficient, and
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Cranes Becoming More Common
Record numbers of common cranes bred in the UK last year, with 64 pairs producing 23 chicks. Seven of these pairs were in north-east Scotland, where cranes have only recently recolonised. Crane experts are now suggesting that significant further expa
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When Bunny Went Bathing
Glen Esk has always been my favourite of the Angus Glens. In the winter, I have seen whooper swans on Loch Lee and otter tracks in the snow along the shore. Come the spring, I like to search for adders and slow-worms. A little later, there is a chanc