08 May, 2015
A new map of Scotland’s land and freshwater habitats, adopting the European classification standard, has been unveiled by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) today.
05 May, 2015
There are plenty of places in east Glasgow for families to enjoy nature and get fit and healthy at the same time, says Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
03 May, 2015
The new team to support conservation action for priority Scottish wildcat populations has been unveiled.
01 May, 2015
Local schools in Bridge of Allan and Dunblane have been making the most of an opportunity to get out into the woods at Kippenrait Glen over the past few months, thanks to a project organised and funded by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH), with support from Stirling Council.
29 April, 2015
More than 150 beavers living in the River Tay and Earn catchments have been found to be well adapted to living in Scotland; are Eurasian beavers once native to Britain; and are free of diseases of concern to humans, domestic animals and other wildlife, according to three reports published today (29 April) by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) on behalf of the Tayside Beaver Study Group.
24 April, 2015
A new community-owned bunkhouse on the Isle of Rum begins its first summer season this year.
23 April, 2015
With the death yesterday of Dick Balharry we have lost a friend, colleague and formidable champion of wild land. A largely self-taught naturalist, Dick was created a MBE in 1996, and received an Honorary Doctorate in Science from Abertay University in 2010.
21 April, 2015
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) today published a report which investigates the factors associated with capercaillie breeding success.