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HEAVYWEIGHT HELP was added to the national effort to protect the red squirrel this week, as the RSPB joined the Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels project.
SUPPORT FOR the reintroduction of beavers to Scotland has come from the National Trust for Scotland, which has said the country is 'poorer' without them.
The first results of a major survey of bird migration are revealing dramatic and unexpected changes in the numbers and timing of some long-distance migrants coming from Africa.
BASC is asking shoots to help beekeepers for the benefit of bees, the countryside and shoots
WILD LAND charity the John Muir Trust has written to Energy Minister Fergus Ewing asking him to refuse consent to three large wind farms in designated Wild Land Areas.
RECORDED CRIMES against Scottish birds of prey decreased from 23 in 2013 to 19 in 2014, according to the latest bird of prey crime maps published this week.
MOORLAND MANAGERS have claimed there are increased numbers of mountain hares in Scotland.
A NEW report has shown mixed results for numbers and breeding success for birds of prey in Scotland.
RSPB Scotland has responded to the application to move T in the Park to a new venue at Strathallan Castle.
A FULLY-FLEDGED white-tailed eagle recently sighted in Dumfries and Galloway is the survivor of a nest tumble as a chick on the island of Mull, conservationists have revealed.