Conservation charity anticipates a flutter from rare dragonfly project
People of Argyll and Lochaber asked to help tell Scotland’s climate story
Oceanographers studying ocean currents that dictate much of earth’s climate have developed a method to unlock data from the past 120 years – improving our ability to predict global temperature changes.
Numbers of wild Atlantic salmon returning to Scotland have declined over the last four decades by around 40%. A new £500k study will investigate possible causes such as pollution and climate change.
As autumn leaves put on their spectacular annual show, the Scottish Tree Festival opens up the nation’s finest woodlands for us all to see
Two estates in Islay and Crianlarich have won an international award that aims to make Scotland’s wildlife the best managed in Europe
In Scotland’s Sacred Islands the Ben Fogle traveles across some of Scotland’s islands, meeting the people whose spirituality connects them deeply to where they live.
There’s a question that crops up in quizzes designed to trap the unwary: which bird has the scientific name Puffinus puffinus? The answer is more amazing than you think…