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    Snow pearlwort

    National Trust for Scotland reveals impact of climate change on alpine plants
    18/08/2016
    Measurement of Scotland’s fragile alpine plants at high altitude demonstrates how much of our mountain flora faces extinction, according to experts at the National Trust for Scotland.
    Sea eagle
    Two pairs in the air after successful sea eagle breeding season on Canna
    10/08/2016
    Sea eagles have had a successful breeding season on the Hebridean isle of Canna, owned by the National Trust for Scotland, with two breeding pairs both rearing two chicks.
    Ben Lomond
    Ben Lomond Torchlight Challenge brings light relief
    05/08/2016
    Hillwalkers are being asked to sign up for a torchlight expedition on Ben Lomond to challenge themselves, have fun, and raise much needed funds for good causes this September.
    Alloa Tower
    Painting conservation in action at Alloa Tower
    02/08/2016
    Visitors to the National Trust for Scotland’s Alloa Tower will be able to see behind-the-scenes as three David Allan paintings are cleaned at the historic tower.
    Fingal\'s Cave
    Historic visitors to Staffa set to be revealed
    04/08/2016
    Archaeologists from the National Trust for Scotland and experts in Heritage Visualisation from The Glasgow School of Art’s Digital Design Studio have begun a special archaeological project on the Island of Staffa it was announced on Thursday 4 August.
    Ringing in 1974
    Canna’s game old bird sets a record
    26/07/2016
    What may be the oldest living seabird ever recorded in the UK and Ireland has been found on the Isle of Canna.
    Harriet
    Public choose name for Mar Lodge Hen Harrier
    18/07/2016
    Hundreds of people took part in an online poll to name the female chick which will be called Harriet.

    Hen harriers have successfully bred at the Mar Lodge Estate in 2016 for the first time in living memory, producing Harriet and three other chicks.
    Homecoming for Hornel’s Harvesting
    22/07/2016
    An early work by Hornel is now hanging at the National Trust for Scotland’s Broughton House in Kirkcudbright, after the conservation charity acquired the piece for its collection.
    Hen Harrier chicks at Mar Lodge Estate
    Hen Harrier Chick Satellite Tagged at Mar Lodge Estate
    18/07/2016
    A female hen harrier chick has been satellite tagged at the National Trust for Scotland's Mar Lodge Estate in the Cairngorms National Park, following the first successful breeding attempt on the estate by this iconic raptor species in several decades.
    Hawk dance
    Simon Starling - a play for two actors, one dancer, eight masks (and a donkey costume)
    01/07/2016
    The Common Guild is delighted to announce details of a unique new performance 'At Twilight: A play for two actors, one dancer, eight masks (and a donkey costume)’, by Simon Starling in collaboration with theatre director Graham Eatough.
    Ceramic by Wyse
    Mackintosh contemporary’s art on show at Hill House
    26/06/2016
    The work of Henry Taylor Wyse is featured in a new exhibition opening at the National Trust for Scotland’s Hill House in Helensburgh on 2 July.
    Northern Lights at Drum
    Northern Lights shine a light on Aberdeen Art Gallery works at Drum Castle
    13/04/2016
    Four centuries of art - from 17th Century paintings to contemporary DVD installations – have been unveiled at Drum Castle in Aberdeenshire in its latest venture with Aberdeen Art Gallery.
    Allied Antagonists at Newhailes
    Bursts of modern colour brought to Newhailes
    13/04/2016
    Mirrored pyramids, a model dinosaur and an eruption of multi-coloured balls are among the thought-provoking and playful artworks created around a 300 year-old stately home.