Scotland is home to a rich variety of wildlife including geese, red squirrels, salmon and deer. Wildlife management is about protecting vulnerable species and habitats, encouraging people to visit the outdoors and supporting local businesses and wildlife tourism. It is also about shooting, country sports, conflict resolution and collaboration. Scottish Natural Heritage's advice and action on wildlife management is guided by a set of principles, included in the Wildlife Management Framework.
Find out more about the Wildlife Management Framework which SNH has developed to guide decision making on wildlife management
Find out more about the new SNH position statement on wildlife welfare.
Balancing agricultural and conservation interests.
Find out more about the Hebridean mink project and keep up-to-date with the latest news on the project.
Find out more about the project and how we are working to help the Uist waders.
Find out how sustainable deer management is good for you and the environment..
Sea Eagle Management Scheme
Find out more about what the introduction of stoats may mean for Orkney's wildlife and what we are doing about it.
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