BBC Scotland’s Landward programme tells the story of ‘woody debris’ being installed into parts of the River Clunie on Invercauld Estate as part of a project to improve riparian habitats.
Five new workshop units at the former Lion’s Face Quarry near Braemar will soon be ready for occupation.
A new payment machine has recently been installed at the Keiloch Car Park.
We were delighted to welcome the inaugural George Duff Charity Clay Pigeon Shoot to the Estate on Sunday 11 June 2023.
A bonfire is to be lit at 8pm on Friday 5 May 2023 on the edge of Braemar to celebrate the Coronation.
New signs explaining walks in and around Ballater have been unveiled in the village’s Station Square.
Heather Burning on Invercauld Estate in February 2023. Muirburn uses a number of pieces of equipment to help with the accuracy and safety of burning.
We are very sad to report the recent death of our chairman, Geoffrey van Cutsem.
Fencing marking, habitat improvements and controlling predation continues at Invercauld Estate to help the capercaillie.
It is unusual to spend a day on the hills of Invercauld and not see an eagle- usually these are golden eagles but increasingly sea eagles are also regularly observed.