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Glasgow City Countryside

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Parks and Leisure - Glasgow Council
With info on Parks, Biodiversity, Walking Trails, Local Nature Reserves...

Giving Nature a Home - RSPB
Giving Nature a Home in Glasgow. Also see Glasgow Wildlife.

Glasgow Natural History Society
Find details of forthcoming events, publications and information for new members...

Geological Society of Glasgow
Including sites of geological interest  and information for prospective and current members.

Friends of Glasgow's LNRs
Friends of Glasgow's Local Nature Reserves. A voluntary group with info on the LNR designations in the area.

Glasgow - Scottish Wildlife Trust
An RSPB Local Group - walk and talk with like minded people.

Landscape fashioned by geology
In this beautifully illustrated booklet, discover the secrets of the region’s geological past...

Nature Reserves
Whats On Glasgow presents the nature reserves locally.

Urban forests around Glasgow...
Urban forests around Glasgow and Edinburgh at Forestry and Land Scotland.

Glasgow and Inverclyde walks
Detailed walks with online and downloadable descriptions, gpx files...

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The National Trust for Scotland

A vital conservation charity protecting Scotland's coast, wilderness, wildlife and countryside for the good of all. Funded largely by donations, membership is very affordable, comes with a raft of benefits and supports their work.

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  • Allosaurs may have been cannibals 22nd June 2020
    Bite marks on Jurassic dinosaur bones from Colorado suggest that allosaurs may have resorted to cannibalism. The post Allosaurs may have been cannibals appeared first on Geological Society of Glasgow.
  • All five of Earth’s largest mass extinctions linked to global warming 12th June 2020
    New findings suggest that, like the other four mass extinctions in geological history, the end-Ordovician extinction may also have been caused by global warming. The post All five of Earth’s largest mass extinctions linked to global warming appeared first on Geological Society of Glasgow.
  • Pūhāhonu in Hawai’i is Earth’s largest volcano 4th June 2020
    An extinct Hawaiian volcano called Pūhāhonu is the largest on Earth, with a volume twice that of the next leading contender. The post Pūhāhonu in Hawai’i is Earth’s largest volcano appeared first on Geological Society of Glasgow.
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