Category Archives: Scotland

The Scots Pine Conundrum: Native or Natural? Or Neither?

A stately row of Scots pine stands along a meandering stretch of the River Inver in northwest Scotland. I’ve walked by that particular stand for years, taking in the beauty of the scene: the towering trees with their canopies spreading … Continue reading

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An Ecosystem Approach

I have been writing about red squirrels and thinking about wolves. My topic is reintroduction, and given that I’m living on the edge of Yellowstone National Park, it’s impossible to consider that topic without thinking about wolves. Even though I’m … Continue reading

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