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Our blogs look at Scotland's nature, and life on some of our spectacular National Nature Reserves.
Scotland’s great outdoors is yours to explore. Find ways to enjoy our incredible landscapes and wildlife and get closer to nature.
Some animals and plants are so threatened or vulnerable that they need legal protection wherever they occur.
On International Biodiversity Day, Scotland is leading the way in progress towards meeting international nature targets.
Tha co-chomhairle phoblach air liosta de dh’ainmean Gàidhlig air maoraich a ghabhas lorg timcheall costa na h-Alba air tòiseachadh an-diugh (8 Cèitean) le Dualchas Nàdair na h-Alba (SNH). A public consultation on recommended Gaelic names for the most common shellfish in Scotland's seas has been launched today (8 May) by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
Mike Cantlay, Chair of SNH, responds to the RSPB’s letter on the issuing of the Strathbraan licence.
Enter the Nature of Scotland Awards! Deadline for entries is 11 June.
Local people are being asked to share their thoughts on plans for the future management of a National Nature Reserve (NNR) in Strathspey.
Across Scotland, our curlews, lapwings, and oyster catchers bring delight to many of us with their distinctive flight and calls. While they bring our hills and islands alive in spring, their numbers are in serious decline.
Find out more about Loch Carron's marine life and be part of the public consultation.
Scotland's plants, wildlife, air, water and land - known as natural capital - are delivering stronger benefits to people and business across Scotland than in the previous two decades, according to the first study of its kind.