NEWS > Reserves
Montrose Basin Visitor Centre has reopened following a successful enhancement project.
Fly-tippers and litter bugs who dump their rubbish on wildlife reserves are costing the Trust around £15,000 per year.
Our 1,000 volunteers gave an incredible 50,000 hours of their time in 2016.
An unusual series of images that appear to show a kingfisher hanging sticklebacks out to dry has stumped wildlife experts.
The Trust's Montrose Basin Visitor Centre is receiving a revamp at the start of 2017.
An innovative amphibious machine has been used to cut through a dense jungle of reeds to bring important wetland habitats back to life at Cambus Pools Wildlife Reserve near Alloa.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has received funding to replace a bridge over a burn at Balgavies Loch reserve near Forfar in Angus.
The Trust has recruited a new full-time Falkirk Ranger to help local communities become inspired by the nature that surrounds them.