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An ecocritical reading
William Welstead

plantations can be seen as natural and the continuing practice of grouse shooting over the fragile uplands are likely to be contentious. Although Nethy Bridge uses the osprey logo of the Cairngorms National Park, the text on this display makes no reference to the bird for which Abernethy is famous. By identifying as the ‘forest village’ it aligns itself with the idea of the Caledonian pine forest and the associated narrative that values the cultural and wildlife potential of the woodland habitat in supporting rare species, including the red squirrel and the capercaillie

in Extending ecocriticism