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Up to date news and stories from The Conservation Volunteers in Scotland.

Caught on camera
27 July 2017

Ice cream box camera

You don’t need to be David Attenborough with a big film crew to capture great images of wildlife, as proved by the Wild Ways Well project In Cumbernauld.  Led by TCV’s Paul Barclay, a group of volunteers...

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TCV Handbooks now online
7 June 2017

Drystane dyking

'Dry Stone Walling' is one of the subjects covered by TCV's series of Conservation Handbooks, which are now available online for a very modest annual subscription of just £12.50 plus VAT for the...

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On course for the Summer
5 May 2017

Invertebrate course

TCV Scotland's programme of training courses being held over the Summer months has a wealth of learning opportunities.

Course topics are very diverse and range from 'Introduction to Invertebrates...

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Castle conservation, and more
26 April 2017

Tarbert Castle

The picturesque port of Tarbert in Argyll has in recent years been the location for a fantastic community conservation effort.

The striking ruins of Tarbert Castle have been restored and provide a fine viewpoint...

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Learning can be fun
18 April 2017

Deaf Action kids

Exploring, learning about, and enjoying nature and the environment are the topics of some up and coming TCV training courses:

Environmental Games and Activities - 3 May

Introduction to OPAL Surveys - 25...

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