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Cairngorms Biodiversity

Variety is the spice of our life

·      Four of the five highest Scottish peaks
·      More land above 600 metres than anywhere else in Britain and Ireland
·      The largest expanses of surviving Caledonian forest
·     An array of scarce creatures, including one-quarter of the UK’s threatened bird, animal and plant species.
         The list could run and run.


Cairngorms Biodiversity Action

Since 1998, the Cairngorms Local Biodiversity Action Project (CNLBAP) has operated across what is now the Cairngorms National Park and beyond. It covers the Angus Glens, Badenoch and Strathspey, Atholl and Glen Shee, Upper Deeside, Strathdon and Glenlivet.

That’s a vast and beautiful chunk of Scotland. It stretches fully 250km west to east, from the Corrieyairack to Tillygarmond, and 170km north to south, from Knockando to the Loch of Lintrathen. Find out more about what we do through the menu tabs on the left and at the Cairngorms National Park site. 

Make your observations of wildlife count. Send records to the North East Scotland Biological Records Centre or, in Highland Region, to the Highland Biological Recording Group.

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