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Angus Glens Estates set to help wildcat

Following meetings this week between members of the Angus Glens Moorland Group and Wildcat Action’s Project Officer for the area, a number of estates are set to assist with a camera trapping project next year.  The Scottish Wildcat is critically endangered and Wildcat Action, which is funded through Heritage Lottery money, is a five year programme to assess numbers, where possible to aid their conservation in the wild and also, as a backup, run a captive breeding and release programme.  This exciting new working relationship between the estates, and in particular the gamekeepers, in the glens will help wildcat in a number of different ways, from identification and management of feral cats to helping gather camera trap evidence of true wildcats.  Scottish Land & Estates, along with other land management organisations, support and are partners in Wildcat Action.    http://www.scottishwildcataction.org/

 

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