The refurbished wildlife gardens at the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre have been reopened by MSP for Falkirk East, Angus McDonald.
The Trust has welcomed a debate on pollinators in the Scottish Parliament on Thursday 14 August. However, we hope that the debate sparks action from Scottish Government to halt the decline of wild pollinators across Scotland’s landscapes.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is celebrating its 50th year in a new way by collaborating with Valentine Art Reproductions.
The Trust has bid farewell to the famous female osprey, affectionately known by many as ‘Lady’, as she begins autumn migration to her wintering grounds in Africa.
A ground-breaking project aiming to safeguard the native red squirrel from extinction in Scotland is calling on the people of Aberdeen for assistance in locating new areas where these much-loved creatures are found.
The Trust is delighted that the Scottish Government has created 30 new Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) aimed at safeguarding the most important habitats and species in Scotland’s seas.
His Royal Highness The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay was presented with a handmade red squirrel toy today for Prince George’s first birthday, during a visit to a Perthshire estate to see the effect of successful red squirrel conservation work.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has launched a campaign involving jars of air from its 120 reserves around Scotland to increase people’s connection with nature.