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,

Here’s to a bright Brocktober!

Did you know that the name of the town of Broxburn in West Lothian translates to “brock’s burn”? Broc is the Gaelic word for badger and burn being the Scots

Wild days in Ayrshire

It feels like the past few months I have spent assisting the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Community Engagement Officer in Ayrshire have gone by in a flash, I have had the

Bat World – Bat Activity in Spey Bay

In August, I had the opportunity, along with the Scottish Dolphin Centre, to lead a day with the Earth Guardians Wildlife Watch Group at Spey Bay Spey Bay reserve. I

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