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Scottish Outdoor Access Code leaflet for Dog owners

Scottish Outdoor Access Code leaflet for Dog owners

This leaflet featuring Jess the dog helps explain what the Scottish Outdoor Access Code means for you and your dog.

Dog waste and disease poster

Dog waste and disease poster

Important information for dog walkers to help reduce the risk of the spread of the diseases Neosporosis and Sarcocystosis in livestock from dog waste.

Dog passport with nesting bird and dog waste messages

Dog passport with nesting bird and dog waste messages

Print out this little passport, fill in the details and keep it in your wallet.  Add a photo of your dog and use it to record important information about your dog in case it gets lost. A great way to strike up conversations with dog walkers.

Dog passport with farm messages

Dog passport with farm messages

Print out this little passport, fill in the details and keep it in your wallet. Add a photo of your dog and use it to record important information about your dog in case it gets lost. A great way to strike up conversations with dog walkers.

Dog passport with dog waste and litter messages

Dog passport with dog waste and litter messages

Print out this little passport, fill in the details and keep it in your wallet. Add a photo of your dog and use it to record important information about your dog in case it gets lost. A great way to strike up conversations with dog walkers.

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Integrating Access Case Study - Meigle Farm

This case study shows how problems with dogs have been overcome. At the same time, public access opportunities on the farm have been increased and improved through creation of an alternative path avoiding the hay field and creation of longer distance waymarked circular routes.

Enjoy Scotland's Outdoors (A4 version)

This leaflet gives a short general summary of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.

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Managing access with dogs in protected areas to safeguard breeding birds

This guidance has been developed for protected area managers and access officers, and is intended to help integrate access with dogs with safeguarding protected breeding birds. Its primary focus is on nature reserves and other designated sites, but similar management needs may arise in some sensitive areas in the wider countryside. Many of these approaches are also relevant to wintering birds. 11 pages. Published 2013.

Planning for public access on golf courses - quick guide to access rights and responsibilities

A summary of access rights and responsibilities for the general public and land managers on golf courses.

Wildlife breeding sign template

Sign template - Wildlife breeding

Print out this sign template, write on your details and laminate ready for use.

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