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Nature lovers will also enjoy the sound of ceilidh music

1 month ago   |   By Press and Journal

Visitors to Scotland's national nature reserves will this summer be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery with some ceilidh music.
Scottish Natural Heritage has teamed up with Fèis Rois to provide live music performances among the sights and sounds of the natural world.
The Fèis' Ceilidh Trail will visit seven of national nature reserves over the coming weeks.
These events are part of a broad range of activities to encourage more visitors to the reserves and explore what we can all do to give nature a helping hand.
Head of nature reserves Stuart MacQuarrie said: “We're hugely looking forward...
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