In brief: Seabird census shows stabilising populations, prison for fly-tipper

Also in the news, Scottish seabird census reveals stabilising populations, council nets its first-ever prison sentence for fly-tipping, Scottish government appoints plastics advisory panel and wealthy countries ‘displacing a third of consumption effects’ to developing countries

northern fulmar birds nesting on cliff in Scotland
Northern fulmar birds clinging on in Scotland

Scottish seabird census reveals stabilising populations in special protection area  

A survey of seabirds in the North Caithness Cliffs special protection area has concluded that species are faring better in this area compared to the overall Scottish trend.

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