Please note: Our email addresses have all changed from @snh.gov.uk to @nature.scot.
Invasive non-native species threaten biodiversity and cost the Scottish economy £246 million a year. We lead the way in tackling non-native species on land.
The aim of the Outdoor Learning in Nature Fund is to support more young people to have regular, frequent, structured and progressive outdoor learning experiences.
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is warning motorists to be aware of the increased potential for collisions between deer and vehicles due to the shorter periods of daylight.
Our CEO, Francesca Osowska took centre-stage to discuss Scotland’s contributions to biodiversity beyond 2020 in Brussels.
15 fascinating facts: a celebration of Gaelic and Scotland's natural heritage
October and November are the best times to see a salmon leap! We share some our favourite places in our blog.
Beaver numbers across Tayside have increased in the past six years, according to a new Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) survey.
So what’s next for Scotland’s biodiversity? Our CEO, Francesca Osowska took centre-stage to discuss Scotland’s contributions to biodiversity beyond 2020.