Mention the Scottish Highlands and what comes to mind, besides perhaps kilts and bagpipes, is wild vistas of low-lying grasses and windswept mountains. That vision, while largely accurate today, is wrong, according to Paul Lister, owner of the Alladale Wilderness Reserve
, 50 miles north of Inverness, Scotland. What should be there, he insists, are woodlands as there were thousands of years ago, full of native vegetation and wildlife, including deer, highland cattle, wolves
and bears -- and he's determined to bring it all back, including, most controversially, the wolves and bears.