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.theguardian - 21 days ago

Scottish countryside visitors urged to be mindful of wildlife as lockdown lifts

Local rangers and park authorities say wild creatures have become used to the absence of humans Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage The wild goats that have been nibbling the new grass around the glamping decks at Loch Katrine, in the Trossachs, can expect some dining companions this weekend, as the long-awaited relaxation in travel restrictions accompanied by fine spring weather brings day-trippers flooding into the Scottish countryside.From Friday, Scots can travel freely around the country for outdoor exercise, recreation and socialising, for the first time this year, although overnight stays are still not permitted and non-essential shops, as well as cafes, pubs and restaurants, remain closed until later in the month. Continue reading...


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