Mid Argyll author Jo Woolf’s new book, Britain’s Trees – A Treasury of Traditions, Superstitions, Remedies and Literature contains looks at around 40 different tree species and the often weird and colourful traditions attached to them.
January had seen some of the worst ground conditions so far, with deep soft snow piled over heather tussocks, boulders and hollows.
New year-round expeditions to shed light on spectacular Hebridean marine wildlife.
A new report highlights the considerable progress made to help bees, butterflies and other pollinators thrive across Scotland in 2019.
Eleven species of birds, including rooks, great black-backed gulls and collared doves will have stronger protection from April 1.