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Natural heritage interpretation

Researcher collecting data in the field. İLorne Gill/SNH.  For information on reproduction rights contact the Scottish Natural Heritage Image Library on Tel. 01738 444177 or www.snh.gov.uk/copyright/

Interpretive planning

Planning is the bedrock of good interpretation!

Bird researcher. İLorne Gill/SNH.  For information on reproduction rights contact the Scottish Natural Heritage Image Library on Tel. 01738 444177 or www.snh.gov.uk/copyright/

Good practice guidelines

This checklist will help you produce good quality, effective interpretation.

Tourist reading an interpretive leaflet at Uath Lochans, Glenfeshie, Cairngorm National Park.  İLorne Gill/SNH.  For information on reproduction rights contact the Scottish Natural Heritage Image Library on Tel. 01738 444177 or www.snh.gov.uk/copyright/

Writing effective interpretation

Writing interpretive text is a skill that requires thought and practice.

Botanists enjoying a guided walk. İGeorge Logan/SNH.For information on reproduction rights contact the Scottish Natural Heritage Image Library on Tel. 01738 444177 or www.snh.gov.uk/copyright/

Evaluating interpretation

Evaluating your interpretation will tell you whether it's working or not.

Walker and cyclists on a footpath. İLorne Gill/SNH. For information on reproduction rights contact the Scottish Natural Heritage Image Library on Tel. 01738 444177 or www.snh.gov.uk/copyright/

Making interpretation accessible for all

Providing equal access is a basic principle of good interpretation.

Interpretation panel and visitor at the SWT Aberlady Bay LNR. İLorne Gill/SNH. For information on reproduction rights contact the Scottish Natural Heritage Image Library on Tel. 01738 444177 or www.snh.gov.uk/copyright/

Producing interpretive panels

Do you REALLY need a panel?



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