Despite its beauty and drama, Scotland has become a nature-depleted nation.
It wasn’t so long ago that wild forests, rivers and wetlands abundant with life, stretched across much of the country. Today, millions of treeless acres dominate the map and many species that were once prolific now teeter on the edge.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
Rewilding is a bold vision to breathe new life into our damaged and degraded ecosystems, so that nature works, wildlife flourishes and people prosper.
Join Peter Cairns, SCOTLAND: The Big Picture director and photographer, for a spectacular journey following Scotland’s rewilding story, where he poses the question:
What should Scotland look like?