The Scottish Wildcat Conservation Action Plan aims to implement actions focussed on improving the conservation status of the Wildcat in Scotland. In particular it aims to secure at least five stable populations of Wildcats in the wild. To this end, this project draws together multiple streams of evidence to identify the areas that are likely to be the most suitable for defending and aiding the recovery of existing Wildcat populations.
Publication 2014 - NatureScot Commissioned Report 768 - Survey and scoping of wildcat priority areas
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