The Trust is kicking off National Tree Week by holding a special tree planting event at their Shewalton Wood wildlife reserve in Irvine on Saturday 28 November.
After recent interest in the future of Acheninver hostel on the Ben More Coigach estate, the Trust wants to clarify its current position on the property. The hostel, which is a former croft house, is situated in the Coigach crofting community.
Society’s dependence on a healthy natural environment will shape the content of a unique conference (on Wednesday 25 November), during which delegates will explore how ‘natural capital’ thinking could be applied to nature conservation
Conservation in the 21st Century: The why, what, how of natural capital, will be a key event to help the UK’s conservation NGOs engage in the rapidly evolving and potentially game-changing natural capital debate.
The Trust is happy to announce members of its Moray Wildlife Watch Group will appear on BBC’s Landward programme this Friday at 7.30pm.
Sandy the Squirrel, the Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels mascot, will take part in this weekend’s Scottish Conker Championships against Festival Fox at the Tweed Valley Forest Festival to raise awareness for the project.
The Trust, can announce a record breaking number of pink-footed geese at the Montrose Basin Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve following an official count on Sunday.
Why not help our garden birds this winter by building your very own bird feeder! Follow this step-by-step guide to construct your bottle bird feeder.