31 July, 2018
As the weather warms up, the deer stalking season begins. Walkers can make sure they won’t disturb stalking by checking the Heading for the Scottish Hills website, a service managed by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) to provide details on deer stalking on estates between July and late October.
30 July, 2018
A report into Strathbraan Community work to support wader populations has been published today by Scottish Natural Heritage’s Scientific Advisory Committee.
28 July, 2018
A new woolly weapon is being deployed in the battle against giant hogweed on the River Deveron by the Scottish Invasive Species Initiative.
Chris Packham’s UK Bioblitz Campaign Visits Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve Investigating the State of Our Nation’s Wildlife
19 July, 2018
Nature reserves are not enough!
16 July, 2018
It might sound odd, but volunteers are being asked to come along and remove flowers to improve Inverbervie’s countryside.
12 July, 2018
Today, Thursday 12th July, Scotland’s New Minister for Rural Affairs and the Natural Environment announced more than £600,000 of funding for Outdoor Learning. Mairi Gougeon MSP made the announcement during a visit with school children to Jupiter Artland Foundation - a sculpture park in woodland near Edinburgh.
10 July, 2018
Terns, waders, divers and ducks are ‘flocking back’ to their native Outer Hebrides, following the success of a complex and challenging 17-year programme to eradicate the American mink and its devastating effect on native wildlife.
05 July, 2018
After declines since the 1980s, the number of Scotland’s breeding seabirds appears to have increased slightly, according to new statistics published today by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
26 June, 2018
A jam-packed day of activities, free for the whole family, is part of the celebration for National Meadows Day at the Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) Battleby grounds on Saturday, 7th July, open 11am to 3pm.
22 June, 2018
Budding naturalists at Hillhead Primary School wowed Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) with their camera footage of local wildlife and scooped a top national prize. The future David Attenboroughs and Michaela Strachans took part in the SNH competition alongside 20 other primary schools across Scotland, with Hillhead winning their own camera trap – a remotely activated camera that captures footage of animals. The prize was presented to thrilled pupils by SNH Chair Mike Cantlay, at the Royal Highland Show.