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Wild Park

Nature conservation is at the very heart of what Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park stands for. We want to inspire as many people as possible to help us look after the extraordinary natural beauty that lies within our National Park.

 

You’ll learn about the Key Environmental Threats facing nature today and the whole host of wild and wonderful projects we’re working on with a wide range of partners as part of Wild Park – our Biodiversity Action Plan.

 

Key environmental threats to nature

#OurWildPark targets action on four key environmental threats to nature.
peatland-restoration-excavator-in-luss-hills-brown-landscape Climate change pressures

Climate change pressures

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pink-rhododendron-flowers-and-leaves Invasive non-native species

Invasive non-native species

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view-glen-finlas-lone-tree-in-foreground Unsustainable grazing impacts

Unsustainable grazing impacts

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lake-of-menteith-in-autumn-with-boat-hotel-and-church-in-the-distance Poor quality of lochs and rivers

Poor quality of lochs and rivers

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What is your role in looking after our Wild Park?

Doing your bit is easier than you think…

two-young-boys-on-rock-looking-into-distane-loch-lomiond-and-island-visible-behind-them Make nature yours

Make nature yours

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wild-cat-hissing Our work in action

Our work in action

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peatbog-restoration-digger-on-hillside Looking after land

Looking after land

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#OurWildPark

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