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Dragon Finder

Scotland

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Heritage Lottery Fund is the main funder of Scottish Dragon Finder.

 

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Angus Environmental Trust are one of the co-funders of the Scottish Dragon Finder Project, contributing funding towards the creation of better habitats for amphibians and reptiles.

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SSE co-funded some of the habitat work of Scottish Dragon Finder in Perth and Kinross – creating new habitat suited for amphibians and reptiles.

 

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SITA Tayside Biodiversity Action Fund are co-funding the Scottish Dragon Finder project by contributing to the restoration / enhancement habitat works in Perth and Kinross for the benefit of amphibians and reptiles.

 

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The Alyth Hill Users Group (AHUG) are co-funding Scottish Dragon Finder’s habitat works to make valuable new habitat for amphibians and reptiles in their local patch.

 

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The Central Scotland Green Network are co-funding the creation of new ponds in the Stirling and Falkirk council areas.

 

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Perth and Kinross Council are co-funding some of the local habitat works of the Scottish Dragon Finder project to enhance and restore habitats for amphibians and reptiles.

 

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East Ayrshire Council have agreed to co-funding Scottish Dragon Finder’s habitat work – creating new amphibian and reptile habitat in their local area. This site is also funded by Barr through contributions to the Landfill Communities Fund.

 

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One of Scottish Dragon Finder’s habitat sites in Argyll is funded by Argyll & Bute Council and Shanks through contributions to the Landfill Communities Fund.

The Evanton Wood Community Company contributed co-funding towards Scottish Dragon Finder’s habitat creation project for the works completed in Evanton Wood, Ross-Shire.

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Falkirk Council have agreed to co-funding Scottish Dragon Finder’s habitat work – creating new amphibian and reptile habitat in their local area. This site is also funded by Falkirk Environment Trust and Avondale through contributions to the Landfill Communities Fund.

 

The Findhorn Hinterland Group have co-funded Scottish Dragon Finder’s habitat works at Findhorn Hinterland – creating new ponds for amphibians

 

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Volunteering Matters are funding three of Scottish Dragon Finder’s habitat projects – Findhorn Hinterland in Moray, Arnhall Moss in Aberdeenshire and Balquhidderock Wood in Stirlingshire – through their Action Earth Project.  These sites will be enhanced through volunteer participation to create ponds and terrestrial habitats.

 

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Tesco ‘Bags of Help’ is funding pond creation in Hopetoun Road Wildlife Site in South Queensferry.

 

 

 

Clackmannanshire and Stirling Environment Trust have helped co-fund pond creation works at Balquhidderock Wood in Stirling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fife Environment Trust co-funded pond creation works at Riverside Park in Fife to benefit amphibians.

 

 

 

 

 

West Dunbartonshire Council funded local pond restoration works for the benefit of amphibians and local people.

 

 

 

 

 

Fife Council funded works for pond restoration at Letham Glen, Leven, Fife to improve the pond for amphibians and associated pond wildlife.

 

 

The following organisations have contributed funding towards Scottish Dragon Finder’s work across Scotland:

  • The Mackintosh Foundation
  • The William Dean Trust
  • The Hugh Fraser Foundation
  • Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust
  • Blodwen Lloyd Binns Bequest through Glasgow Natural History Society
  • Pennington Machines
  • JTH Charitable Trust