I can’t quite remember how old I was when I first went out cycling on roads by myself, without an adult, but I was definitely less than 12 as I used to cycle the mile from my home to Invergowrie Primary School every day.
The Pony Club was formed in 1929 and encourages young riders to get in the saddle. Gayle Ritchie meets three sisters (and their ponies) who are members...
The autumn migration of pink-footed geese is one of nature’s most fantastic spectacles. Gayle joined a dawn count of the birds at Montrose Basin
It’s those eyes, the large intelligent eyes that are so striking, a piercing concentration that made me wonder whether this octopus was pondering a dilemma; should I stay still and rely on my camouflage for concealment, or perhaps better to make a dash for deeper water?
The two main summits of the Lomond Hills in Fife – East Lomond and West Lomond – are prominent landmarks, visible from across the kingdom and beyond.
The difference could hardly have been starker; on my local river in Strathdevon moorhens are the shyest of birds, lurking close beside the lush bankside margins and disappearing like magic at the first whiff of an approaching person.
The Waterfront, Dundee
Don’t just be a person who rides a bike or drives a car. Be a safe and smart road user.
Autumn is one of the most incredible times of year for nature as Gayle discovers when she joins a wildlife tour in Glenesk
The buzzard sitting in the grassy field ducked its head, then ducked again, as a procession of red kites swooped down upon it, one after another as if in concerted attack.