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The story of Lettoch ReWilding is already growing as our network of experts and volunteers grow. As well as specialists, some people are simply curious and drawn to what we are doing. This includes Lettoch Cottage guests; some of whom love to sit quietly at the edge of the wood watching the birds and if lucky, glimpsing our red squirrels dancing over the branches to grab the hazelnuts and food.

We are looking at ways to share good practice and involve a wider range of people in our work including volunteers from our local community, pupils from the local Primary School at Blair Atholl, partners, neighbours and cottage guests. Sharing / open days / educational workshops will increase local knowledge around the positive impact of nature restoration whilst providing hands on opportunities to get involved and learn.

As part of Rewilding People, we have constructed a temporary wildlife hide between the new pond area and Ash Wood to help with programme monitoring, for training and good practice sharing, and for the enjoyment and use of guests and visitors alike.

If you’re curious about rewilding and don’t know where to start, get in touch with us. Whilst we learn more and more about rewilding and about the habitat around us, we’d love for you to join us on our journey. 

Rewilding People

“Involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin

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