Wild campers have been accused of blighting a Perthshire estate and turning one of the world's finest fishing beats into a rubbish tip.
Scotland's most famous bird of prey has come back from the brink of death in a bid protect her two young chicks.
Young hell-raiser Dennis the Menace and his faithful hound Gnasher are taking up residence at some National Trust for Scotland (NTS) properties this summer, offering lots of fun and hi-jinks for visiting families.
With supporters around the world watching her every move, Loch of the Lowes osprey Lady is back flying and feeding but still looking a bit fragile.
A wildlife enthusiast from Invergowrie "couldn't believe his luck" when he made a rare sighting of a beaver while carrying out his early-morning paper deliveries.
Moves to create a new visitor centre at the foot of one of Perthshire's most popular Munros have begun.
The Angus glens were at their early summer best to welcome the first of more than 300 outdoors enthusiasts to the area's 2010 walking festival.
Brechin Community Council will launch a campaign to raise awareness amongst youngsters of the dangers of swimming in the South Esk.
Nine brave swimmers have taken to the Tay as Ye Amphibious Ancients Bathing Association held its first swim of the season.
People with an interest in orchards have joined a team of experts to examine an impressive example in the Carse of Gowrie.