• FARMERS IN Strathspey are working with conservationists after young sea eagles moved onto their land.

  • SCOTLAND'S UPLANDS could be regenerated with woodlands which would actually boost food production - but the process will take time, so the decision to do it must be taken now.

  • A PROJECT aimed at accelerating the expansion and restoration of Scotland's native Caledonian pine forests will see thousands of trees planted on a nature reserve in Speyside.

  • A NEW study has claimed two thirds of pollen honeybees collected from European fields contained a mixture of pesticides.

  • EGG THIEVES will go to any lengths to raid the nests of rare species - but a major initiative, developed in Scotland, is determined to stop them in their tracks.

  • A NEW project aims to revitalise wildlife habitat and historic sites spanning from Bo'ness to Stirling.

  • THE FIRST puffins have already started to arrive on the Isle of May nature reserve and visitors can catch a glimpse from April.

  • WHAT DO you think about reintroducing wolves to the Scottish Highlands?

  • SCOTTISH Natural Heritage has stepped up its scrutiny of wind turbines and their impact on wildlife, with a new e-mail reporting system to allow the public to call-in bird collisions with turbines

  • THOSE CONCERNED about possible wildlife crime can now report cases directly to the police through a new 'app' on their smartphone.