The valuable role Rangers in the Cairngorms National Park play in helping people enjoy visits to the countryside has been recognised with continued funding from the Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA). At a meeting in Grantown on Spey last Friday (20 January 2012), Members gave their unanimous support to continuing the partnership with ranger employers [...]
On Friday 9 December 2012, after 12 weeks, consultations close. There’s still time to take part by going to www.cairngorms.co.uk, reading the plans and filling in the online response form. Ten priorities are outlined in the draft Cairngorms National Park Plan 2012-2017. The final version will be a management plan for the Park setting the [...]
Boundary extensions to Cairngorms National Park have been “set in stone” as the first granite markers were installed.
At the beginning of November, a new project was launched to display the tracked movements of various species of raptors, day and night, on the world wide web. The initiative has seen satellite tags being put on two perefrine falcons named Freya and Vega, a hobby called Aeshna and a merlin named Corrie. Two hen harriers [...]