This website is no longer being updated as the Scottish Wildcat Action partnership ran from 2015-2020.
The new Saving Wildcats recovery project aims to prevent the extinction of wildcats in Scotland by breeding and releasing them into the wild.
Welcome to Team updates
Abstract peek at popular Scottish artist's latest wildcat work
SWA welcomes new Steering Group Chairman Dr Andrew Kitchener
The cat-ematics of colony TNVR (Trap Neuter Vaccinate Return) to protect Scottish wildcats
Meet Deery - our 200th cat to have been Trapped, Neutered, Vaccinated and Returned (TNVR)
It's kitten time again – but what should you do if you find wildcat kittens alone?
Thank you to our supporters and warning about misleading internet address
Scottish Wildcat Action report theft and vandalism of conservation equipment to Police
Bingeing badgers and wandering wildcats - exciting update from our Portuguese volunteer Ana-Luisa
Wildcats in the snow - Project Officer Emma Rawling's Winter 2018
Volunteer and SNH ecologist Phil Baarda talks camera trapping and helping Scottish Wildcat Action
Scottish Wildcats @SaveOurWildcats
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