Supporting Farmers in Scotland Since 1893
CONSERVATION HEROES from across the country were honoured this week at the third annual RSPB Nature of Scotland Awards.
A NEW fund has been set up to protect native red deer in memory of a respected stalker.
SIX AREAS of Scotland have been identified as a priority for the conservation of wildcats.
A CHARITY has put itself at the centre of the dispute over badger culling by issuing a controversial Christmas card.
FARMING PRACTICES have been suggested as the main reason kestrels have fallen into decline in Scotland.
SCHOOL PUPILS have been encouraged to research native wildlife by entering a competition launched by a giant black grouse.
HIS ROYAL Highness Prince Charles has visited Perthshire's Glendelvine Estate to see its successful red squirrel conservation work - where he was presented with a red squirrel toy for his grandson Prince George's first birthday, .
FORESTRY COMMISSION Scotland is to hold a consultation update day this month to outline its management plan for Corniehaugh in the Deveron valley, Rothiemay.
FINZEAN ESTATE has won an award in recognition of its conservation work and preservation of a viable, thriving community.
FARMERS HAVE been asked to consider nesting birds while they go about their daily work.