06 May, 2020
After one of the hottest Aprils on record and with weather forecasters predicting dry conditions to continue, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) are warning of the increased risk of wildfire across most parts of the north of Scotland.
05 May, 2020
A local trust has ambitious plans for land at Dunnet Forest, Caithness, following a community asset transfer agreement with Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
20 April, 2020
Walkers, joggers and cyclists are being urged to act responsibly when out for their local exercise during Covid-19 restrictions, with extra consideration for people working outdoors.
20 March, 2020
As a result of the latest advice on the Coronavirus pandemic from the UK and Scottish Governments, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has closed public facilities, including visitor centres and toilets, on its National Nature Reserves across Scotland for the health and safety of both staff and visitors.
01 March, 2020
Tha co-fharpais nàiseanta ùr ga foillseachadh an-diugh (1 Màrt), a’ tha sireadh luchd-ciùil a tha an sàs ann an gach seòrsa ciùil – eadar roc, rap, traidiseanta, clasaigeach is gach seòrsa eile – is ag iarraidh orra ceòl a sgrìobhadh stèidhichte air cladaichean is uisgeachan nan teàrmann nàdair àlainn ann an Alba.
01 March, 2020
A new national contest is being launched today (1 March), calling on musicians of all genres – whether rock, rap, folk, classical or anything in between – to show their love of nature by writing music inspired by the coasts and waters of Scotland’s beautiful nature reserves.
28 February, 2020
Two fishing bothies on St Cyrus nature reserve, which will hopefully be restored for community use, have been acquired by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) from the Esk District Salmon Fishery Board.
21 February, 2020
The decline in Scotland’s breeding seabird numbers may be slowing down, a new report suggests.
12 February, 2020
Considerable progress was made to help bees, butterflies and other pollinators thrive across Scotland in 2019, a new report shows.
07 February, 2020
Eleven species of birds, including rooks, great black-backed gulls and collared doves will have stronger protection from April 1, when they will be removed from General Licences, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) announced today.