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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
As a Europe-wide ban on the sale of giant-rhubarb comes into force, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is asking the public to report sightings of this invasive non-native species and help it keep Scotland free of the plant.
As the weather warms up, the deer stalking season begins. Walkers can make sure they won’t disturb stalking by checking the Heading for the Scottish Hills website, a service managed by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) to provide details on deer stalking on estates between July and late October.
A report into Strathbraan Community work to support wader populations has been published today by Scottish Natural Heritage’s Scientific Advisory Committee.
TV presenter Chris Packham visits Flanders Moss NNR. His goal is to investigate the extent to which the nation's wildlife species are under threat and to meet and raise money for the local projects working on conservation of wildlife habitats.
It might sound odd, but volunteers are being asked to come along and remove flowers to improve Inverbervie's countryside.
Scotland’s new Minister for Rural Affairs and the Natural Environment, Mairi Gougeon MSP, announced more than £600,000 of funding for Outdoor Learning.
Terns, waders, divers and ducks are 'flocking back' to their native Outer Hebrides, following the success of a complex and challenging 17-year programme to eradicate the American mink and its devastating effect on native wildlife.
After declines since the 1980s, the number of Scotland's breeding seabirds appears to have increased slightly.