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Highland Titles sells plots of land in Scotland, creating a thriving community of like-minded Lairds, Lords and Ladies in the process.

Driven Grouse Shooting – Top Video Posts

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Last Friday, 12 Aug, marked the official launch of the Grouse hunting season (also known as the “Glorious Twelfth”). In a continuing effort to raise awareness of the ecological dangers of intensive land management practices on the estates where this “sport” takes place, we’ve compiled a collection of videos to …

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The Red Grouse

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Friday (12 August) marks the official beginning of grouse hunting season in the UK. As many of you may know, we are not big fans of the “sport” and have been promoting banning driven grouse shooting as per the petition here. We’d love for you to help us achieve our …

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Signatures Required – Ban Driven Grouse Shooting

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Dr. Mark Avery’s petition to ban driven grouse shooting needs 100,000 signatures before 20th September 2016. As of today, it has almost 78,000. We want to help get it over the line. In order to boost the numbers of grouse on the estates, gamekeepers burn, drain and poison the land. …

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Hen Harriers

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In honour of Hen Harrier Highlands Day, which took place on Sunday, 7 August, 2016, we’d like to highlight a rather well known predator of the UK moorlands and another unfortunate victim of driven grouse shooting, the Hen Harrier. These once common birds of prey bred in various areas across the …

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And The Winners Are…10 Year Anniversary Giveaway!

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On behalf of the team at Highland Titles, we would like to extend our deepest thanks and gratitude for all of your kind words and entries for our 10 Year Anniversary Competition. We received over 4500 entries and, after careful consideration, have handpicked 10 lucky people from around the world …

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One of the first Highland Titles Ladies – a decade on

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10 years ago, we started on this amazing journey to spread awareness of, and help conserve the beautiful Scottish Highlands. What started off selling off 1 sqft plots of family land to raise enough money to fund additional tree planting of native Scottish species, turned later into the purchase of a …

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10 Years of Highland Titles

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Time flies when you’re having fun! As you may already know, July 21, 2016 marks Highland Titles’ 10 year anniversary. To celebrate the occasion, we thought we’d reflect upon and share with our community, the accomplishments and successes we’ve had over the past decade. We couldn’t have done any of …

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Highland Titles 10 Year Anniversary Giveaway

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WIN a 100 sqft plot of land in the Scottish Highlands* On July 21st 2006 Highland Titles named it’s first Laird**. Ten years on we now have a 100,000+ strong community of Lords and Ladies, two nature reserves nestled in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. To celebrate Highland Titles 10th …

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Can’t Visit? Now you can!

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Highland Titles is primarily about conservation, but we also care about community. And not just the local community, though we pump large hundreds of thousands of pounds into the local Glencoe economy. We also care about our community of lairds and one of the things on our mind has always …

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Q&A with Gill Perkins, CEO of Bumblebee Conservation Trust

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As our regular followers will be aware, we are fortunate to work with a number of outstanding conservation organisations who specialise in a particular area. Last year, the Bumblebee Conservation Trust helped us to create a management plan for the Mountainview Nature Reserve.  They have been very busy since then, and …

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