22 March, 2021
Joint news release issued by NatureScot, BTO, the Mammal Society, GWCT and the James Hutton Institute
18 March, 2021
Gaelic names and folklore reveal how fundamental nature and all its benefits were to Scotland’s Gaels, according to a new report published by NatureScot today.
18 March, 2021
Tha ainmean is beul-aithris nan Gàidheal a’ sealltainn dhuinn gu dè cho cudromach ’s a bha nàdar, agus na buannachdan na chois, do na Gàidheil, a rèir aithisg ùr a dh’fhoillsich NatureScot an-diugh.
15 March, 2021
Four projects in the Highlands and Islands will share a £2.6 million European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) award to promote the outstanding scenery, wildlife and culture of the Highlands and Islands, the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Tourism, Fergus Ewing, announced today.
10 March, 2021
NatureScot has today welcomed the announcement by Scottish Ministers that an urgent Marine Protected Area has been designated for the flapper skate egg-laying habitat in the Inner Sound.
02 March, 2021
Last year NatureScot appealed to the nation for their treasured photos of Scotland’s rivers, coasts, seas, lochs and canals, to feature in a charity calendar marking Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters.
Keeping with the coastal theme - the Scottish Seabird Centre, the conservation and education charity based in North Berwick, was chosen by NatureScot staff to receive the fundraising total of more than £1000.
01 March, 2021
An appeal to help fund the replacement of a popular bird hide recently destroyed by fire was launched today (1 March). NatureScot’s popular Mill Hide on the shores of Loch Leven National Nature Reserve (NNR) was completely gutted in a blaze on February 18th.
25 February, 2021
A local trust in Caithness will be taking forward ambitious ideas for Dunnet Forest, after becoming owners of the popular woodland on 25 February.
19 February, 2021
An award-winning bird hide on the shores at Loch Leven National Nature Reserve (NNR) has been destroyed in a fire that is thought to have been started deliberately.
17 February, 2021
Beavers in Scotland are establishing a strong presence in Perth, according to researchers conducting the most comprehensive ever survey of the animal in Scotland.