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Saving Species on BBC Radio 4 explores biodiversity, conservation and natural history, both in the UK and across the globe. Scotland's five year Species Action Framework programme ended in March 20...12. This unique programme has advanced conservation and management action for 32 of Scotland's select species - including beaver, red squirrel, sea eagle, capercaillie, freshwater pearl mussel, great yellow bumblebee and woolly willow and invasive non-native species such as North American signal crayfish. For Saving Species Brett Westwood travels up to the Scottish Natural Heritage conference in Edinburgh to discuss the results of this 5 year programme with the movers and shakers in Scotlands wildlife conservation. Also in the programme - news from around the world with our regular news reporter, Kelvin Boot. And we'll update you on the activities of the Open University's iSpot.
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Series: Saving species; Series 3
Episode 14
First transmission date: 2012-12-04
Original broadcast channel: BBC Radio 4
Published: 2012
Rights Statement: Rights owned or controlled by The Open University
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Duration: 00:27:30
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Producer: Mary Colwell
Presenter: Brett Westwood
Contributors: Kelvin Boot; Tony Fox; Martin Gaywood; Dave Jones; Heather McHaffie; Tom Prescott; S.Davies; Michael Scott; Brett Westwood
Publisher: BBC Open University
Production number: AUDA642B
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