Regional Accounts

We have produced a document which presents raptor population trends in Scotland by region. This will be useful if you are particularly interested in the variation between different parameters and species within individual regions.

You can access the complete document here or, if you would prefer, please click on the separate accounts below for your region of interest.


SRMS Regions:

Dumfries & Galloway
Lewis & Harris
Lothian & Borders
North-east Scotland
South Strathclyde
Tayside & Fife

NHZ Regions:

01. Shetland
02. North Caithness and Orkney
03. Coll, Tiree and the Western Isles
04. North West Seaboard
05. The Peatlands of Caithness and Sutherland
06. Western Seaboard
07. Northern Highlands
08. Western Highlands
09. North East Coastal Plain
10. Central Highlands
11. Cairngorm Massif
12. North East Glens
13. East Lochaber
14. Argyll West and Islands
15. Loch Lomond, The Trossachs and Breadalbane
16. Eastern Lowlands
17. West Central Belt
18. Wigtown Machairs and Outer Solway Coast
19. Western Southern Uplands and Inner Solway
20. Border Hills
21. Moray Firth

Explore trends interactively here.

This work should be cited as follows:
Wilson, M.,  Challis, A. & Wernham, C.V. (2022) Scottish Raptor Monitoring Scheme Trends for 2009-2018: Methods and Analysis of Gaps (A report to the SRMG)