We are no longer producing a corporate newsletter. Our most recent newsletters are available as below.
Editions and summary highlights to tempt you in.
June 2019: Biodiversity Challenge Fund projects; 100 miles of new paths across Scotland; new education pavilion at Tentsmuir NNR: funding for peatland restoration; SISI celebrating Volunteers week; #WhyInvestInNature winners; Volunteers week; The Little Fat Puffing 'Pig'
May 2019: National Walking month; report on state of biodiversity; acting on climate change; Biodiversity stakeholders event at Battleby; beavers protected by law; spotlighting invasive species; white-tailed eagles on the Isle of Wight; Scotland's protected sites; risk of deer on roads; general licence consultation; Loch Carron MPA designation; greylag goose plan for Orkney; the cuckoo
April 2019: Isle of May opening; Scotland's Natural Capital Index; caution over fire risk during dry periods; our seabird scientist in Antarctica; helping blue tits during the nesting season; why NatureScot issues licences; nature photo competition for ages 16-30; moth study; celebrating green health; blood staunching plants.
March 2019: Spring at Scotland's National Nature Reserves; Beinn Eighe - UK's first Gene Conservation Unit; tadpoles - our gardeners' friends; advice for dog owners around livestock; Peatland ACTION - applications open; Scotland's natural capital; report on Rum wildfire damage; hinds in place-names
February 2019: Report how to save wildcats from extinction; Biodiversity Challenge Fund launch; beavers given protected status; short film competition for ages 16-30; Agri-environmental climate scheme fund open; raven population report; sun-loving stonefly spotters sought; short-eared owls at Forvie NNR.
January 2019: St Kilda's sea caves in good condition; Interview with Wild Shetland cameraman, Fergus Gill; Tips to find the Northern Lights; Scouts launch golden eagle initiative; Otter family helps launch 'Wildlife Watcher feature; Isle of May lighthouses; The Wren - small bird with big impact; reducing carbon emissions.