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Scottish Wildcat Action - why we are trying to save the Scottish wildcat?

An introductory video to Scottish Wildcat Action, the first national project to save the wildcat. This video features some of the partners involved in the six year Scottish Wildcat Conservation Action Plan, including the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, National Museums Scotland, Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, and Aigas Field Centre, as well as the Minister for the Environment, Dr Aileen MacLeod. Hear from the experts about why we are trying to save the Scottish wildcat and how we are doing this.


With special thanks to National Trust Scotland and Peter Cairns.

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Vicky is the Communications Coordinator for Scottish Wildcat Action. She has a background in third sector communications and marketing and is based at the Scottish Wildlife Trust office in Edinburgh.

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