A species of fly has been recorded for the first time in the UK at Tummel Shingle Islands Wildlife Reserve in Perthshire.
A presentation by Jonny Hughes, Chief Executive of the Scottish Wildlife Trust and Chair of the Scottish Forum on Natural Capital to the Scottish Government Directors Network about the potential benefits of natural capital to Scotland.
One of the nation’s most elusive wading birds has been confirmed to be breeding at Red Moss of Netherley Wildlife Reserve for the first time.
The first of tens of thousands of pink-footed geese have touched down at Montrose Basin Wildlife Reserve and Visitor Centre at the end of a long migration.
More than 120 tonnes of stone and path-building materials have been airlifted to Handa Island reserve to allow Scottish Wildlife Trust contractors and volunteers to repair the paths.
A major report revealing that almost one in ten Scottish species are at risk of extinction has been published today.
The Trust's Chief Executive Jonathan Hughes has been re-elected to the Global Council of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature for a second term. Jonathan was first elected to the Council at the IUCN World Congr
As the nights draw in Edinburgh Living Landscape is asking people to share their images of seasonal change for a new photography competition called Autumn Changes Edinburgh.