Scotland’s leading nature conservation charity, the Scottish Wildlife Trust, has announced that a Scots pine at one of its most popular wildlife reserves has won the prestigious Scottish Tree of The Year award.
The Trust has today announced that the record-breaking number of pink-footed geese at its Montrose Basin Wildlife Reserve has again increased.
The Trust has welcomed the introduction of a charge on single-use carrier bags in Scotland.
Chief Executive of the Scottish Wildlife Trust, Jonny Hughes, has addressed over 1,000 people on the topic of rewilding at an event held by Earthwatch in London this evening.
A record number of pink-footed geese have descended on the Trust's Montrose Basin Wildlife Reserve.
The Trust is calling for members of the public to remember wildlife as the autumnal weather begins to take hold.
The Trust is delighted to announce that it will receive around £130,000 funding for peatland restoration on five of its wildlife reserves: Bankhead Moss, Cander Moss, Carsegowan Moss, Longridge Moss and Red Moss of Netherley.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has responded to the new so-called ‘greening’ measures announced by the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs, Richard Lochhead.