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December 2021

Who Let The Dogs Out?!: A nose for island biosecurity

Biosecurity for LIFE guest blog by Greg Morgan (RSPB Cymru) with a foreword by Laura Bambini (Project Executive, Biosecurity for LIFE)

Conservation detection dogs (CDDs) are used on islands the world over in invasive species eradications and to help with island biosecurity. Here in the UK, we have only recently started...

Biosecurity for Life Officer RSPB, Scotland

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July 2021

Biosecurity progress on Fetlar

In this blog Holly, our Biosecurity Officer in Shetland, talks us through the recent work she has been doing with the community on Fetlar.

Biosecurity for Life Officer RSPB, Scotland

July 2021

#BiosecurityBites no.2

Welcome to this #BiosecurityBites

Thomas Churchyard Biosecurity for LIFE Project Manager, Scotland

July 2021

A long day trip to the Flannan Isles

In this blog our Biosecurity Officer Sarah recounts a long and tiring day to the Flannan Isles to set up rodent surveillance and count the seabirds.

Sarah Lawrence Biosecurity for LIFE Officer, Scotland

July 2021

Sula Sgeir - 19/06/2021

In the last blog we followed Tom on his journey to North Rona. Here we pick up the story aboard Enchanted Isle heading west towards Sula Sgeir.

Thomas Churchyard Biosecurity for LIFE Project Manager, Scotland

June 2021

Ten days in the waiting - North Rona

Situated 70km north of the Isle of Lewis and 71km north west of Cape Wrath, North Rona and Sula Sgeir are two of the most remote islands Biosecurity for LIFE are working on. We always knew that luck and time would be required and on our side to land.

Thomas Churchyard Biosecurity for LIFE Project Manager, Scotland

June 2021

#BiosecurityBites no.1

Welcome to our first #BiosecurityBites update

Thomas Churchyard Biosecurity for LIFE Project Manager, Scotland
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