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State of Nature in Scotland
State of Nature in Scotland Yesterday I participated in a ground breaking event. I hosted the launch of the Scottish end of the State of Nature report. This is a collaboration of expert bodies pooling data about wildlife species and diagnosing the problems they face. 25 organisations all deeply concerned...
23 May 2013
A new career in a new town
Brand new blog from RSPB Scotland Trainee Ecologist, David Freeman. Find out more about the fascinating Bryophytes found on our reserves! A New Career in a New Town Back in March, I was delighted to be offered the position of Trainee Ecologist based at RSPB Scotland's Edinburgh HQ. The role...
20 May 2013
Island living: searching for twite in the Hebrides
RSPB Scotland Research Assistant, Davide Scridel, is out searching for an elusive bird in the Outer Hebrides. Find out more about his experiences and check out his fantastic photos below! Island living: searching for twite in the Hebrides The subject of the 2013 Statutory Conservation Agency/RSPB...
17 May 2013
Countdown to the Scottish Birdfair
Scottish Birdfair team member, Stacey Maden, on preparing for the big day. Countdown to the Scottish Birdfair With just 1 month to go before the Scottish Birdfair, it’s all go in the office as we finalise plans for the big day. This year we are excited to welcome even more exhibitors...
12 Apr 2013
What role does society expect farmers to play in caring for the countryside- and are farmers in the mood to be custodians of our wildlife?
What role does society expect farmers to play in caring for the countryside-and are farmers in the mood to be the custodians of our wildlife? I am worried that all the efforts of those in the farming community to help address declines in wildlife in the farmed landscape are going to get ‘drowned...
17 Oct 2012
A Very Hungry Caterpillar...
Rebekah Stackhouse, RSPB Scotland's Education and Youth Programmes Manager, reminds us that a connection to nature begins on our doorsteps. A Very Hungry Caterpillar... Wiggling towards a greater connection with nature So, what did you have for breakfast this morning? Whilst I was eating...
17 Oct 2012
Wildlife Tourism I spend a lot of my time answering questions about where to visit in Scotland; where can I see a golden eagle? What’s the best place to see a capercaillie (the Loch Garten ‘ caperwatch ’ of course!) or where can I see the best spring flowers on the Machair? ...
18 Sep 2012
And now for something completely different...
RSPB Conservation Manager, Stuart Benn, has recorded an audio blog this week. Check it out!
6 Sep 2012
Act won, seen nothing
Allan Whyte, Parliamentary Officer, reflects on the Scottish Government's commitment to address climate change. Act won, seen nothing It’s hard to imagine a city more alive than Edinburgh is in August. Every year the festival descends upon Auld Reekie and ferments in an explosion of culture...
31 Aug 2012
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