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Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Dundreggan Biodiversity Discovery Day

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Dundreggan Biodiversity Discovery Day

Sunday 14th July 2013

Dear friend,
I am delighted to invite you to Trees for Life’s Biodiversity Day at Dundreggan, near Loch Ness. 2013 marks the fifth anniversary of our purchase of Dundreggan, and to
celebrate this we have planned a full programme of events so you can see at first hand just how much Trees for Life has achieved with your support.
You can explore Dundreggan from river bank to mountain summit – or simply enjoy the ancient woodlands and fascinating biodiversity activities in and around Dundreggan Lodge. Our enthusiastic experts and staff will be offering a fantastic programme, including:

Morning activities:

Feeding our wild boar

Woodland wildflower guided walk

Mountain wildlife trek - look out for red deer and eagles!


Launch of the exciting new Mountain Woodland Project


Guided tour of rare mountain woodlands

Up-close-to-nature biodiversity walk with Alan Watson Featherstone

Wildflower meadow guided walk

All day activities

Conservation activities in our tree nursery

Pond dipping

Biodiversity games and adventures for children

Lunch and all-day refreshments will be available.
Dundreggan is open to everyone so please bring your family and friends, and all activities will be free of charge.

Travel Directions

Dundreggan Conservation Estate,
Highland, IV63 7YJ.
(approximately one hour on the A887 southwest from Inverness).

We will be very pleased to help you with travel details if required.                                                                                             

Thank you again for your support for Trees for Life, and I hope you will be able to join us in our celebrations on the 14th July. 
Yours sincerely,

Executive Director


Trees for Life is an award winning conservation charity working to restore the Caledonian Forest
and all its species to a large contiguous area in the Highlands of Scotland.

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