Thursday 18th January 2018, 10:34am
Climbers and walkers are being asked their views on future plans for the Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve.
Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve at the head of Glen Doll is owned and managed by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH), which has drafted a management plan for the next ten year period from 2018 to 2028. It contains information on the main objectives and tasks for managing the reserve.
As part of the consultation on the plans SNH is canvassing the opinions of the people who use the area, which is popular with walkers and both rock and ice climbers.
Reserve manager Shona Smith said: “People can respond either by answering the questions posed in the leaflet or by sending us general comments. Responses can be submitted to the email address NNR@snh.gov.uk .”
The consultation will run until 28th February and will include an informal drop-in session on Friday 9th February from 4 to 7pm in Glen Clova Hotel, Glenclova, Angus DD8 4QS.
Following the consultation period, a report will be compiled noting the views expressed by members of the public and other consultees. This will help with the finalisation of the management plan, which will then be publicly available.