Last week, the Trust raised, £411 in easyfundraising.org.uk’s ‘Christmas Dome Challenge’ in Edinburgh.
The partner organisations behind the Scottish Beaver Trial (SBT) – the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) and the Scottish Wildlife Trust– today published their final report on this groundbreaking project that saw the first ever o
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has written a special 50th Anniversary Christmas wish list in the hope that IT firms may provide some vital hardware.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust can reveal that a survey in the seas off Wester Ross has discovered new areas of a precious seabed habitat formed by an unusual, coral-like seaweed known as maerl.
The Trust is opposing plans for commercial peat extraction in Fife. The Trust strongly believes there should be no new peat extraction sites, and existing sites should be restored to as near favourable condition as possible.
The Trust is celebrating after its red squirrel project was recognised for its groundbreaking work in protecting the iconic native species.
A seabed exploration took place in the seas of Wester Ross last weekend (8 and 9 November) for one of Scotland’s hidden treasures, an unusual, hard seaweed known as maerl.
An initiative that aims to make Edinburgh the best city in Europe to live in by 2050 has launched today with an event attended by Minister for Local Government and Planning, Derek Mackay MSP.