Wild geese are an important part of Scotland's nature and agricultural landscapes. A national policy framework for goose management has been in place in Scotland since 2000 to help balance agricultural and conservation interests.
There are currently a number of local goose management schemes and adaptive management pilots across Scotland operating within the national policy framework. The Schemes and Pilots both aim to minimise losses to farmers and crofters whilst ensuring that Scotland fulfils its international nature conservation objectives.
Related Link - Scottish Government goose webpages
A general outline of goose schemes in Scotland
A description of the individual goose schemes
Find out more about the project
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