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01012007081820070819A Caribbean reef in the north of Scotland? That's just one of the incredible stories Lindsay Cannon discovers as she travels Scotland exploring the country's natural history for a new BBC Radio Scotland wildlife series.
Snorkelling in Loch Teacuis on the west coast, Lindsay discovers why the reefs are such a remarkable habitat for wildlife.
01022007082520070826The Silver Flowe blanket bog in Dumfries is a site of international importance.
This 'living history book' not only gives clues to past vegetation, climate and human development, but the area is also teeming with plants and animals.
In April 2007 a wildfire ripped through the bog, so Lindsay Cannon travels to this remote and precious ecosystem to assess for the first time the damage caused by the fire.
01032007090120070902Lindsay Cannon explores the wealth of Scotland's wildlife, from overgrown back gardens to desolate mountaintops.
01042007090820070909Lindsay Cannon explores the wealth of Scotland's wildlife, from overgrown back gardens to desolate mountaintops.
01052007092220070923As the Mull Sea Eagles are under constant threat from egg thieves, the island has employed a Wildlife Crime Officer whose passion for the birds has got the entire community on board. Lindsay Cannon explores whether the recent introduction of Sea Eagles on the east coast of Scotland will face the same challenges.
0106 LAST20070930 Following recent news that Environment Minister Michael Russell MSP is considering returning beavers to Scotland, Lindsay Cannon visits Aigas Field Centre in Perthshire where beavers have been introduced to a freshwater loch. Those for the beavers argue that they'd create habitats suitable for up to 32 endangered species, but Lindsay asks whether time and money should be put into bringing back just one species when there are so many living in Scotland that warrant conservation.
  2007112120071122The Silver Flowe blanket bog in Dumfries is a site of international importance. This 'living history book' not only gives clues to past vegetation, climate and human development, but the area is also teeming with plants and animals.
In April 2007 a wildfire ripped through the bog, so Lindsay Cannon travels to this remote and precious ecosystem to assess for the first time the damage caused by the fire.

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