Many animal species in Scotland have suffered massive declines in the past but many are recovering – or showing signs of recovery – thanks to volunteers working to protect them. Gayle Ritchie talks to some of Courier Country’s animal conservation heroes
Scottish Natural Heritage
Farmers looking for funding to help carry out projects that will benefit the environment have been given the green light to apply for support in the latest round of the Agri-environment Climate Change Scheme.
St Andrews and Montrose Bay are to be the focus of a major research programme into coastal erosion.
Those challenging the route of a road to the new Madras College have been urged to remember the years of delay already suffered.
The world's largest known colony of a "brilliant but shy" species of shellfish has been discovered at the bottom of a loch.
I first came across the expression “let wildlife manage wildlife” in a book by the American wildlife artist and writer David M. Carroll.
The Scottish Gamekeepers Association (SGA) believes the impact of the country’s growing number of wind farms on protected wildlife may have been massively under-reported.
A government conservation body has placed heavy sanctions on a Perthshire estate after the shock discovery of two poisoned buzzards.
The Angus Glens are to remain within the spotlight of a major project aimed at saving Scotland’s wildcats.
A male sea eagle has proved his paternal prowess by successfully raising chicks from two different nests for the first time ever in Scotland.