This is an exciting opportunity to join the team at RSPB Abernethy, working to restore damaged peatland habitats across the 14,000ha of reserve land it manages. Vast swathes of important peatland habitats cover the uplands of RSPB Abernethy, of this around 1400ha of degraded peatland lies between Geal Charn in the east and Bynack More in the west. It is a remote area, mostly greater than 700 metres above sea level, set within a wider landscape of largely degraded peatland and is challenging to access with vehicles. Other, smaller restoration sites are at lower elevation, but also challenging to access. These bog woodland and raised bog sites are within the lower forest at Abernethy. These peatland areas are of significant importance and hold a huge amount of carbon, preventing t

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