Author: James Fenton
Dr. James Fenton is a former professional ecologist, having worked for organisations including the British Antarctic Survey, The National Trust for Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage (now NatureScot) and, in a voluntary capacity, the Scottish Wildlife Trust and the Scottish Wild Land Group. He is currently editor of Wild Land News and an elected Board Member of the National Trust for Scotland. In 2021 he was awarded the Ronnie Rose Trophy for services to moorland conservation by the Scottish Gamekeepers Association and has had numerous articles published.
Landscape Change in the Scottish Highlands
by James Fenton
The Scottish Highlands have a strong appeal to the public imagination. Indeed, as a result of the writings of Sir Walter Scott, they are now symbolic of Scotland as a whole: a land of mountains, glens and lochs, of golden eagles and red deer; a land with a rich cultural history of clans and clans... more...