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Contentscontinued10. SBT project partner research10.1 Recommendations11. Public engagement11.1 Public consultation and feedback11.2 Educational programmes11.3 Interpretation and visitor management11.4 Media, communications and marketing11.5 Recommendations12. Resources12.1 Organisational structures and staffing12.2 Budgets and fundraising12.3 Recommendations13. Conclusions14. Acknowledgements15. References16. Appendices“The Scottish Beaver Trial is oneof the most considered and wellorganisedspecies reintroductionsever. Thanks to this project, wecan once again see these beautifulcreatures at work.”Ray Mears, broadcaster and the UK’sleading bushcraft expert“I naturally love beavers, as Beaveris my nickname. We didn’t seeany, but we did see human tracks,the beginnings of a dam and somefootprints as well as caterpillars,butterflies and dragonflies. We’lldefinitely be coming back!”Beth Mackenzie, visitor to the Trial, aged 10“Here in the Heart of Argyll,we have been pleased to hostthe Scottish Beaver Trial. We havehad lots more visitors as a result,and the pools the beavers haveconstructed have encourageddiversity in the forest.”Andrew Wilson, local business owner andChair of the Heart of Argyll Tourist AllianceThis report does not cover any of the independentscientific monitoring findings or results of the ScottishBeaver Trial. The Trial has been independentlymonitored by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) incollaboration with Independent Monitoring Partners(see Appendix 6) on behalf of the ScottishGovernment. As such, the data and findings producedwill be made available by SNH to the ScottishGovernment and, in time, to the wider public.© Scottish Beaver Trial, 2014. Views expressed within this report are solelythose of the project partners, the Scottish Wildlife Trust and the Royal ZoologicalSociety of Scotland. No part of this report may be reproduced without theexpress permission of the publisher.All images © Scottish Beaver Trial unless otherwise stated.The Scottish Wildlife Trust is a company limited by guarantee, registered inScotland (registered number SC040247), having its registered office at 110Harbourside House, Edinburgh EH6 6NF. It is also a Scottish registered charity(Scottish Charity Number SC005792).Edinburgh Zoo and the Highland Wildlife Park are owned by the Royal ZoologicalSociety of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, EH12 6TS. ScottishCharity Number: SC004064.

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