Mountain Hares - A Case Study

Introducing our new film in conjunction with the Angus Glens Moorland Group.  This film is about hares, counts and why control is necessary when numbers are too high.  

Reports have emerged about mountain hares on grouse moors.  These reports are strangely at odds with what gamekeepers, working these moors everyday, are experiencing. 

Muirburn - The Untold Story  

Muirburn is often misunderstood in terms of its function, purpose and benefits to the landscape. This film will guide viewers through a brief understanding of muirburn from the very people who use it. Not only is muirburn essential for protecting our upland heather moors, amassing 70% of the world's habitat, it benefits an array of wildlife and is essential for the prevention of wildfires.

Dog Microchipping

Angus Glens Moorland Group & Grampian Moorland Group in conjunction with the dogs trust ran a free microchipping event at one of the local estates. Over 200 dogs of all varieties were micro-chipped ahead of the Scottish Government deadline.

Clean Up Operation - River Dee

In 2016 Scotland saw the worst flooding in living memory. In the aftermath communities around the country got back on their feet, tackling the mess that was left in the wake of Storm Frank. This is one of many stories to be told, restoring the land around the River Dee to its former glory.

The Untold Story - Mountain Hares

In a fresh honest look from the inside we dispel the mis-truths around the world of moorland management. This is the place to find the answers backed by scientific research. This is the untold story the world should see.

The Untold Story - Portrait of a Gamekeeper 

In a fresh honest look from the inside we dispel the mis-truths around the world of moorland management. This is the place to find the answers backed by scientific research. This is the untold story the world should see.

TWEED: From Hill to Hill,

a Rural Tradition

This film has been made for the Angus Glens and Grampian Moorland Groups to celebrate Scottish Tweed, and show the strong connection between Scotland's most famous cloth and the people who live and work on the land.

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