21 June, 2022
NatureScot has restricted the use of general licences on Moy Estate for three years.
16 June, 2022
Residents and visitors to Barra are being urged to be vigilant after the first record of a hedgehog on the island.
14 June, 2022
Today sees the launch of the Glasgow and Clyde Valley (GCV) Green Network’s Clyde Peatlands initiative, which aims to deliver large-scale peatland restoration across the eight local authorities that make up Glasgow City Region.
14 June, 2022
NatureScot has announced today that they are in advanced discussions with a potential new owner for Kinloch Castle on the Isle of Rum, a property the nature agency has owned since 1957.
09 June, 2022
*Images from the Minister's visit to The Flow Country today included.
The UK Government Minister for Scotland Iain Stewart MP has joined the call for Scotland’s The Flow Country – the most extensive blanket bog system in the world and home to some of Scotland’s rarest wildlife – to become a UNESCO World Heritage site.
07 June, 2022
Media invite: UK Government Minister for Scotland Iain Stewart will visit the Flow Country World Heritage Project to back bid to become a UNESCO World Heritage site.
31 May, 2022
School children and local communities have planted more than 16,000 native trees as part of Scotland’s growing network of Wee Forests.
26 May, 2022
Joint news release issued by NatureScot, the British Trust for Ornithology, the Mammal Society, the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust and the James Hutton Institute.
23 May, 2022
NatureScot has published the latest beaver licensing figures, as work steps up to prepare for expansion of the population across Scotland.