International Day for Biological Diversity 22 May: Critical declines and vital signs of hope for Scotland’s nature
21 May, 2021
Scotland is widely known for its biological diversity (variety of nature), and as we approach this significant day, NatureScot’s latest report highlights the changing picture of nature across the country.
20 May, 2021
NatureScot has today launched the next phase of a £1.25 million project using artificial intelligence to improve the management of Scotland’s protected areas.
19 May, 2021
Scotland’s nature agency welcomed seven new members to their first board meeting last week, following their appointment by retired Cabinet Secretary Roseanna Cunningham MSP in March 2021.
18 May, 2021
A new guide shows how the transformation of newly-planted native woods into beautiful and biodiverse places can be helped by planting common woodland wild flowers and grasses.
13 May, 2021
More than three quarters of Scotland’s natural features are in good condition or on the road to recovery, new figures show.
13 May, 2021
An Official Statistics Publication for Scotland
11 May, 2021
Moth numbers in Scotland have continued to decline over the long-term while their distribution has increased.
10 May, 2021
An appeal to help fund the replacement of a popular bird hide destroyed by fire has raised almost £30,000. NatureScot’s Mill Hide on the shores of Loch Leven National Nature Reserve (NNR) was completely destroyed in a blaze on February 18th.
26 April, 2021
The Isle of May National Nature Reserve opens its doors to the public today (26 April).
23 April, 2021