Bitterns, a wetland bird which was extinct in the UK, are booming with populations at a record high, conservationists have said.
These amazing videos and pictures capture the ultimate sign of the changing seasons: starling murmurations.
The rippling call of the curlew burbled across the mudflats, carrying far in the air like a piece of nature’s sweet music; a gift from the gods and the very echo of life.
A Dundee animation lecturer's work showing the links between dinosaurs and modern day birds has become an online hit.
City sparrowhawks fare better than those living in the country, a study said to be the first of its kind has found.
Many students used planes, trains and automobiles to return to university for the new academic year, but one travelled hundreds of miles by pedal power alone.
I have been watching a lot of kingfishers. No, that’s wrong. I have been watching kingfishers a lot, usually the same ones.
Sir, - Yet again we are about to obey a senseless and unnecessary edict from the EU mandarins, that of reducing the power of vacuum cleaners to half their normal potency, and I believe electric kettles may soon follow suit.
A Dundee poet has penned a "tongue-in-cheek" ballad defending the city's gulls.
Ah, September! The TV weather forecaster utters the magic words: “Tomorrow is the first day of meteorological autumn”, and I dance a jig.