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Join Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith for the latest outdoor activities, including dealing with invasive non-native species, path maintenance and the Isle Martin Trust.

How to deal with invasive non-native species that have a negative impact on our countryside and in particular on our rivers and waterways.

Path maintenance in Glen Doll on a large scale involving helicopters.

Isle Martin in Loch Broom is uninhabited and Claire finds out about the Isle Martin Trust that is responsible for managing it.

Euan is on the Black Isle watching dolphins at Chanonry Point.

An update on the Tayside wild beavers.

Scottish Honey Bees are having a tough time at the moment. Mark finds out what beekeepers are doing to help them.

The Mountains and the People is a five year project led by the Cairngorms Outdoor Access Trust. Every year they take on a group of trainees. Mark catches up with them in Glen Muick building paths.

A tour around Findlater castle just outside Portsoy.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Sat 20 Aug 2016 06:30


  • Sat 20 Aug 2016 06:30



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