Scotland’s links with Canada stretch back for centuries
Spring and summer are long gone and the colder grip of winter is here, but that doesn’t mean we can’t continue to do our bit for pollinators. Now is the time to plan ahead and ensure that your garden or outdoor space is ready to help our important pollinating insects. Why not make it your […]
Over 70% of Scotland’s land area can be labelled ‘agricultural’. It’s no surprise then to learn that the way farmland is managed has a significant impact on nature and wildlife. Given that there is significant pressure on our native pollinators at the moment the fact that many farmers enter into voluntary agri-environment agreements which help […]
Glasgow glows at Christmas.
The now world-famous medieval gun was the ultimate weapon of mass destruction in her day. Mons Meg weighed six toned
In the heart of Dundee stands a statue of a fearsome dragon, a tribute to a mysterious legend. It is
In which we climb a hill, and finally see seals (though not at the same time).
“the SNP Government needs to wake up and listen to the 73% of voters who recently said they supported a ban on the trade.”
A film has been made by Lizzie Daly a leading wildlife biologist and BBC presenter – ‘Silent Slaughter: The Shooting of Scotland’s Seals’