Following the reintroduction of native beavers to Scotland it is imperative that people and beavers learn to coexist once again as this amazing rodent brings us so many benefits. We aim to promote the study, conservation and protection of wild Eurasian beavers and their natural habitats in Scotland. We want to teach children the benefits of the beaver.
An ecologist and conservationist – Nonie is passionate about helping the rural communities and biodiversity in West Africa and re-creating wild places in Scotland, with the help of beavers. She helps SWBG with fundraising, including the 87 Beavers campaign, and project organisation.
After a lifetime of work in rural land use, Andrew believes that ecological restoration of Scotland is vital and urgent, and that the return of beavers is essential for recovery. Now retired he devotes much of his time to promoting rewilding, with expansion of the beaver population front and centre.
James works in the conservation sector and is passionate about restoring Scotland’s depleted nature. He is the privileged guardian of a beaver wetland in Strathearn. He is the group’s diplomat and represents SWBG on the Scottish Beaver Forum and at meetings of the Scottish Rewilding Alliance.
Louise campaigns on many environmental issues, with a particular interest in beavers. She also writes articles and fiction pieces whilst running an ecotourism business alongside her family at Bamff Wildland in Perthshire.
Susan is a lifelong champion for many species of wildlife, with years of experience under her belt contributing to a wide range of committees and forums.
We create fun and educational interactions with groups of all ages to develop awareness and appreciation of the beaver and its importance in the ecosystem.
We campaign tirelessly locally, nationally and internationally to ensure the beaver is protected by law. This involves sitting on various forums relating to conservation.