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Advance, entrench, hold the line

This is the NNR front line – the place where Scotland’s coast is growing fastest, pushing eastwards into the North Sea. On average, Tentsmuir Point has expanded by nearly five metres each year for more than two centuries. It’s a … Continue reading

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Wonderful Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve

Today we feature a guest blog from Tom Cunningham our Reserve Manager at Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve. Tom has worked at Tentsmuir for 17 years and few people know the reserve as well as our popular warden. Here he talks us … Continue reading

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Why does it always rain on me ?

Tom Cunningham is the reserve manager at Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve.  Here he reflects on the events he had planned at the reserve for the summer of 2013. It’s been an absolutely brilliant summer, sunshine nearly every day, in fact … Continue reading

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