In the Spring/Summer 2013 edition of Natterchat, Iain Maclean filled us in on the Glasgow Living Water project.
Click here to find out more about the Glasgow Living Water project.
Iain worked for Froglife as a Field Worker on the project. Here’s a bit more information about him:
After the expansion of the Living Water programme into North Lanarkshire, Iain joined Froglife as a Field Assistant in 2011. He was inspired to study conservation after spending time volunteering with the RSPB and BTCV; he then completed an MSc in Wildlife Conservation at Newcastle University where he was involved with squirrel surveys. Iain has held various positions with the RPSB and BTCV and has been all over Scotland and beyond – counting Arctic skuas, monitoring peat-bog invertebrates and helping to lead conservation holidays in Estonia. Iain is now really happy to be working on an interesting project like Froglife’s Living Water scheme. He says he’s not sure which his favourite amphibian is – he rather likes toads but he’s not sure why (possibly just because they make him smile). Iain enjoys hill walking, yoga and gardening (though not all at the same time).
Click here to find a full list of Froglife’s projects