How to build a hedgehog home

With hedgehog numbers having fallen by a third in just 10 years, they need all the help they can get. Hedgehogs usually hibernate from late October/early November until March or

A little break while volunteering

Scotland, what a wonderful country! I always find ways to be amazed by this country, people and landscapes. I’ve been volunteering with the Scottish Wildlife Trust for six months now

A summer internship in Ayrshire

Throughout my internship I’ve gradually settled into the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s routine, even though we tend to do different things every week. I have a new found appreciation on the

Challenges of managing nature

I have now spent six months as a European Voluntary Service volunteer with the Scottish Wildlife Trust working on different reserves around Scotland.  I’ve worked most recently at Rahoy Hills

Bee-education

On a crisp and sunny morning, myself Nick and Catherine of the Scottish Wildlife Trust People and Wildlife Team headed out of Edinburgh to Fife to visit Burntisland Primary School

Wellbeing and walking: finding new routes

It’s widely accepted that interacting with nature can improve your mental health. In this guest article, Graham Morgan describes his personal experiences of this to mark World Mental Health Day

Now is the time for a Marine Stewardship Fund

The 2019 State of Nature report and the IPCC’s : ‘The Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate’ add to the growing amount of evidence on the concerning state of our environment,

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