Wildlife Connectionsl - Linking Wildlife-Rich Habitats Across the Inner Forth’


Last month we emailed you regarding an exciting event that is taking place at Alloa Tower on the 23rd of March. ‘Wildlife Connections- Linking Wildlife-Rich Habitats Across the Inner Forth’ aims to inspire local landowners to do their bit to help wildlife around the Inner Forth area and further afield to help connect wildlife across the whole landscape.

The event will highlight community led projects from around the local area and further afield that have helped provide connectivity for wildlife by creating fantastic natural habitats. There will also be afternoon workshops where you can get practical advice on how to create wildlife habitats on your land.

There are still spaces available for this event so if you are interested in coming along please book on through theEventbrite page for the event.

This will be a fun and informative day and we would love for you to attend!

Kind Regards


David Anderson 
Inner Forth Futurescapes Officer.

RSPB Skinflats Bothkennar Research Station, Haughs of Airth, Falkirk, FK2 8PP 
Tel 01324832853 
Mobile 07725216483 


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