A 24-year-old osprey, dubbed nature's supermum, is famed as the oldest breeding bird of its kind ever to be recorded in the UK and has now seen her chicks take off.
The first beaver lodge to be constructed in the wild for over 400 years has now been built in Scotland, it has been revealed by the Scottish Beaver Trial (SBT) today (4 November 2009).
Residents of the Isle of Eigg, in the Scottish Inner Hebrides, are leading the way in environmental action.
Tooth & Claw, a photo-journalistic education initiative, haverecently launched 400 and Counting in a quest to help save Britain'sonly surviving native cat.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust and the Royal Zoological Society have been granted a conditional licence for a trial reintroduction of up to four beaver families into mid-Argyll.
Ten well-known fossiliferous Scottish locations have been unveiled in aunique new book by a leading Aberdeen expert on Scottish fossils.
Demonstrations for Free Tibet in Edinburgh and Arran Nuns, FormerPolitical Prisoners to March in Freedom Torch Relay from ScottishParliament
The Scottish Government is going to commit £100,000 to innovativeprojects that will help expand the development of its woodlands as partof nature's health service.
Roars Not Whispers is an exciting and inspiring project open to young people in Scotland ñ a fantastic opportunity for any 16-25 year old to create change.
The 'Positive Energy' conference is designed to stimulate the mind and engage creativity. Representativesfromcommunity-driven projects around the worldwill gather for next Easter's conference at [...]
At the beginning of April, Edinburgh city centre experienced its first Kilt Walk. In an event organised by the Rock Trust, Scottish people helped to ease the plight of the city's homeless.
This February, 28 schools from the Aberdeen area of Scotland, took part in a unique competition to create a fuel cell powered model, made from any material of their choice.
Members of the Scottish Parliament, are going into schools across the country's eight electoral regions and 73 constituencies.