The monitoring phase of the Scottish Beaver Trial has now finished but you can still visit the beavers in Knapdale. All the scientific findings from the trial will now be written up and are due to be presented to the Scottish Government by Scottish Natural Heritage in May 2015.

The beavers will remain in Knapdale until a decision is made, hopefully in the second half of 2015. In the meantime, you can keep up to date by visiting our Facebook page

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Thank you for your interest in the Scottish Beaver Trial. Our project team are busy out and about working on the Trial but will respond to emails as soon as they can.

If you’re looking for a quick response, take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions section. Here you will find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions and concerns about the reintroduction of beavers in Scotland.

Would you like to get involved in the Scottish Beaver Trial?

Click here to learn about our volunteering opportunities.

Are you planning to visit the Trial site?

Our guide to Knapdale can be found here.

Want to know more about the future of beavers in Scotland?

Please contact Scottish Natural Heritage, the independent body tasked with coordinating the independent scientific Trial which will help determine the Trial's success.

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