Nature regulator poisons 300 beech trees in protected area

The wildlife regulator Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has ‘apologised unreservedly’ for poisoning 300 mature beech trees at a Loch Lomond beauty spot without the landowner's consent.

by James Agyepong-Parsons

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