Another week, another new Audi.
A long-awaited decision on the future of beavers in Scotland will be made by the end of the year, the new environment secretary has promised.
A white-tailed sea eagle chick that hatched in Fife woodland has fledged the nest.
Giant sculptures celebrating the return of sea eagles to the east coast have been unveiled at Dundee’s Grassy Beach.
When the history of nature conservation in Scotland comes to be written, the date of Thursday November 24 2016 will have a chapter all to itself.
The Scottish Beaver Trial is a unique and exciting conservation project and if it is a success, beavers could once again become a common sight in our countryside. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
For the first time in almost two centuries white-tailed sea eagles have bred in the east of mainland Scotland.
The entire sheep population of the UK will be insured against lynx attacks or losses if a trial reintroduction of six animals in Kielder forest gets approval from Natural England.
A number of sea eagle chicks are settling into their new home at a secret location in Fife after being brought to Scotland from Norway.
A butterfly which became extinct in England more than 40 years ago is taking to the wing in its former stronghold as part of a reintroduction project.