22 March, 2017
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is awarding £3 million to five projects which will improve local greenspace in some of the most deprived areas in Scotland. The SNH funding comes from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), and once match funding from other sources is added will result in a total investment of £7.3 million.
10 March, 2017
An ambitious project to save one of our most precious molluscs is in the running for a prestigious national award.
08 March, 2017
After a successful call for hen harrier sightings last year, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and the Heads Up for Harriers project are once more asking people to report sightings of this special bird.
03 March, 2017
People across Wester Ross are invited to an informal reception, held by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH), to find out about SNH’s work in the area, ask questions and give feedback to the nature and environment organisation.
28 February, 2017
Cat owners across Scotland are being asked to help protect a highly endangered native species, the Scottish wildcat. Experts estimate there are fewer than 300 wildcats left in the wild but Scottish Wildcat Action hopes that pet and farm cats will help save the day by becoming “Supercats.”
25 February, 2017
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has published a report comparing the game bird hunting regulations in 14 European countries.
09 February, 2017
Endangered freshwater pearl mussels, salmon and local residents will all benefit from work underway in Aviemore to increase biodiversity in the River Spey.
07 February, 2017
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is offering dog walkers free dog training advice at an event at Tentmsuir National Nature Reserve this Saturday, 11 February. The training will help dog owners understand their responsibilities under the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
07 February, 2017
Some of Scotland’s rarest habitats are being damaged as a result of illegal access by off road vehicles, warn Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and Police Scotland.
06 February, 2017
People across Shetland are invited to an informal reception, held by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH), to find out about SNH’s work on the islands, ask questions and give feedback to the nature and environment organisation.