Fly-tippers and litter bugs who dump their rubbish on wildlife reserves are costing the Trust around £15,000 per year.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust, Scotland’s leading nature conservation charity, is starting the process of looking for a new Chair of Council to lead the charity into the next decade.
Our 1,000 volunteers gave an incredible 50,000 hours of their time in 2016.
If you’re struggling to come up with a New Year’s Resolution here are ten things that you can do to help protect Scotland’s wildlife for the future.
Largiebaan Wildlife Reserve near Campeltown is the second largest managed by the Trust and covers a diverse range of habitats. Reserves Manager Sven Rasmussen had one of his best wildlife spotting days on a trip to the reserve in autumn.
An unusual series of images that appear to show a kingfisher hanging sticklebacks out to dry has stumped wildlife experts.
The Trust's Chief Executive Jonny Hughes welcomes the Scottish Government's assurance on long term investment to maintain environmental standards.
The Trust's Montrose Basin Visitor Centre is receiving a revamp at the start of 2017.