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Meet Project Board member Dr Adam Smith
Dr Adam Smith, formerly of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), talks about about why he got involved with the Cairngorms Capercaillie Project
Our response to online comments about the project
Read our response to recent online comments about the project and its work
Pioneering new ways to monitor capercaillie populations
Find out how we’re working with the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland to help monitor capercaillie populations more accurately
Police Scotland arrest man for disturbing lekking capercaillie
A statement from the project in response to an individual being charged for intentionally disturbing a capercaillie whilst it is lekking.
Measures to save capercaillie outlined
Find out more about the new NatureScot report on capercaillie conservation and management.
Big Conversations: Disturbance
Join us for a fresh conversation about the issue of disturbance to capercaillie.
National Park research set to help visitors save threatened species
Joint media release from the Cairngorms Capercaillie Project, RSPB, Rothiemurchus, Forestry & Land Scotland and the Cairngorms Business Partnership
Now recruiting: Fence Monitoring Volunteer
We’re recruiting volunteers to help check fences for any risks to capercaillie. Deadline 4th March – click here to apply