The Trust is happy to announce the resident female osprey at the Loch of the Lowes laid her 70th egg in the early hours of this morning.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has today been celebrating its 50th birthday. The Trust was formally incorporated in Edinburgh on 16 April 1964 thanks to the efforts of Sir Charles Connell and a small group of conservation pioneers.
The Trust is issuing a warning to members of the public out enjoying wildlife to be aware of signs warning not to disturb breeding birds.
The Trust is calling for applications for the new volunteer internship programmes in the North of Scotland.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is pleased to announce that the resident female osprey at the Loch of the Lowes laid an egg in the early hours of Sunday morning (13 April).
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is supporting a march by the RSPB on Saturday 12 April in Inverness to condemn the recent persecution of raptors in the Black Isle.
The Trust is holding an open weekend to celebrate its 50th Anniversary where visitors will get free entry to the Montrose Basin, Falls of Clyde and Loch of the Lowes Visitor Centres on 12 and 13 April.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is pleased to announce the arrival of our European funded volunteers.