Freshwater - Ponds - 2002
Trend Notes - Climate Change and Rivers - February 2011
Trend Notes - Scottish Moths - June 2011
Breeding Farmland Birds (Oct 2013), Seabirds in Scotland (Oct 2012)
Trend Notes - Bats in Scotland - Oct 2015
Trends of Otters in Scotland - 2015
Scotland’s wildlife: An assessment of biodiversity in 2010 Natural Heritage Trends: The Seas Around Scotland 2004 Natural Heritage Trends: Scotland
A summary of land cover change in Scotland from 1947 - 1988 and changes to Land cover from 1940s - 1980s
Peatland ACTION and Scottish Water - Sustainable Land Management Team have be collaborating to improve the peatland habitat at Sandy Loch, Shetland. Find out more in today's blog.
Mountain hares are a well-known species in Scotland but counting these elusive animals can be challenging. Gathering accurate information is important so their numbers can be effectively monitored and managed.
A new PhD studentship funded in the name of renowned journalist and TV broadcaster the late Magnus Magnusson has been awarded to an Edinburgh student looking to connect people, place and planet.
Local people are being asked for their views about the future plans for an Angus nature reserve.
Chair of Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH), Mike Cantlay, has welcomed the announcement today from Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform, Roseanna Cunningham, that the Agri-Environment Climate Scheme is now open for applications.
Integrating multi-functional green infrastructure into urban design, planning and delivery offers a range of sustainable, future-proof solutions and benefits for people and nature. This event will explore a range of forward-looking policy, strategic, and project-level approaches.