Two hen harriers have disappeared in suspicious circumstances, prompting an appeal by police and conservationists.
A bittern has been heard “booming” on the Isle of Wight for the first time, in what conservationists say is a mark of success for a wetland restoration scheme.
A black-tailed godwit released into the wild in the Fens after being hand-reared has returned home from its winter migration, wildlife experts have said.
An "incredible discovery" of smooth newts has left wildlife experts in Angus gobsmacked and could spark a detailed study of the rare amphibian.
The UK’s breeding population of snow buntings has been revealed for the first time after scientists searched some of Scotland’s highest peaks for the birds.
The number of songbirds being illegally killed on a UK military base in Cyprus to supply restaurants has fallen by 70% last year, wildlife experts said.
It takes less than a darkening December hour on the freezing slopes of Ruthven farm to appreciate how exposed this Glenlivet unit is to the driving wind and snow.
Details of revised plans for a major offshore windfarm near the Angus coast have been revealed for the first time.
Sir, - The story, RSPB Scotland makes appeal over missing hen harrier Calluna (September 1)contains the clear implication that the fate of this missing satellite-tagged hen harrier Calluna is connected to the management of grouse moors.
Sir, - The 30 or so businesses supporting the offshore wind turbine development opposed by the RSPB are correct and justified only in that Fife and the wider areas of east-central Scotland desperately need more jobs and local supply-chain activities.