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
The ground breaking Wester Ross Biosphere will bring a range of cultural and economic benefits for the region, said Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) chair, Mike Cantlay.
On International Biodiversity Day, Scotland is leading the way in progress towards meeting international nature targets.
Warning to motorists in Scotland to slow down and be on the lookout for deer on the road, especially in May and June.
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.
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.