Here at MyParkScotland are delighted to announce that we have joined forces with Scottish Natural Heritage to help raise the profile of its National Nature Reserves.
SNH’s 30 reserves across Scotland stretch from Hermaness in Shetland to Caerlaverock on the Solway coast, and vary from high hills at Beinn Eighe in Torridon to the vast open waters and wetlands of Loch Leven in Perth & Kinross. Take a look at the Explore Parks – NNRs list to view all the fantastic reserves across Scotland.
Ian Jardine, SNH chief executive, said:
“We are delighted to be working with MyParkScotland. Through our 30 National Nature Reserves we provide some of the finest places for people to see Scotland’s nature at its best and also to enjoy getting out and about.
“Many of our visitors ask about making a contribution to support these special places and now, through MyParkScotland, they have that opportunity.”
The National Nature Reserves across Scotland are a fantastic resource to help better connect with nature. Listing the National Nature Reserves on MyParkScotland will not only provide information on each of the Reserves but also give people the opportunity to donate and support the Reserves going forward.
Donations can be made to the National Nature Reserves generally or to specific Reserves through the MyParkScotland Donation Form. You can now donate to National Nature Reserves by text with the project code (SNHN17) plus an amount to 70070 – for example: SNHN17 £5′ to donate £5. You can donate £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10. If you wish to Gift Aid your donation, please reply to the Gift Aid text.
Ian Goodman, MyParkScotland project manager, said
“We are delighted that SNH has joined MyParkScotland and are excited to list their fantastic National Nature Reserves on the website. They join the 300-plus parks and greenspaces already listed. This a great way for people to find out about greenspaces and get involved by sharing their memories and stories as well as looking at activities and events which are taking place.
“MyParkScotland is a safe and easy way for people to donate to looking after Scotland’s National Nature Reserves and support projects to improve these fantastic spaces.”
We would love to hear from people about their experience of the National Nature Reserves, so head over to the Park Stories page and tell us your stories and memories of these fantastic greenpsaces.