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Scottish Beaver Forum

The Scottish Beaver Forum met earlier this week to progress the development of draft licensing guidance for managing beaver impacts in Scotland. It is anticipated a complete draft version of the guidance will be ready by mid-September, at which point Scottish Land & Estates will start engagement with members to discuss the framework and feedback any comments to Scottish Natural Heritage. If you would like to be directly involved in this discussion please register an interest with This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The group was advised that the ‘callout service’ set up to provide specialist advice to those land managers and farmers affected by beaver has had its contract extended for 3 years, Roisin Campbell-Palmer remains the point of contact for this service This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Fieldwork on the Tayside beaver survey commissioned earlier this year is now complete and the report containing the surveys findings is expected for distribution in November. 

 

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