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The day I worked with Jon Bon Jovi!
In his weekly blog, Conservation Manager Stuart Benn, tells us what it's like to chat about Golden eagles next to a rock star. The Day I Worked with Jon Bon Jovi!! Sometimes you just never know what is waiting around the corner! Back in the summer we made a film with the One Show of us...
25 Jan 2013
What's that bird?
Test your bird ID skills ahead of the Big Garden Birdwatch (January 26-27). What’s that Bird? There is just one week to go until the World’s largest wildlife survey. So to prepare you for the big day and celebrate the start of Big Schools Birdwatch on Monday, we’ve prepared a...
21 Jan 2013
Resolving to volunteer
Jackie Brown, our Volunteering Development Officer, on volunteering opportunities for 2013. Resolving to volunteer I often wonder about what fun and interesting New Year’s resolutions people come up with to challenge themselves for the next 12 months after a decadent festive period. I...
31 Dec 2012
12 Days of Christmas Challenge
12 Days or Christmas Challenge The holidays are rapidly approaching and it may be tempting to curl up in front of the TV and watch your favourite Christmas film or enjoy a festive drink with friends and family, but this year why not set yourself a new challenge? Instead of spending the season indoors...
14 Dec 2012
Marine Protected Areas 'must do better' for our sealife
Marine Protected Areas 'must do better' for our sealife If London’s streets were said to be paved with gold, Scotland’s riches come in a more liquid form. Throughout our history, Scotland’s seas have been the place to make fortunes: from the boom years of commercial fishing...
14 Dec 2012
From the Scottish Highlands to the Cameron Highlands
Ross Watson is back from his journey to Malaysia for the World Youth Foundation on Health and Environment Conference and is feeling inspired by the efforts of the young delegates to champion the environment. From the Scottish Highlands to the Cameron Highlands As I slept fitfully, I kept an eye...
13 Dec 2012
Brand new Youth and Education Award for Scotland
Tracey Stewart, RSPB Scotland School Links Officer, tells us about a brand new Youth and Education Award in Scotland. The Nature of Scotland Awards returns for a second year to celebrate excellence, innovation and outstanding achievement in Scottish nature conservation. This year, the awards also...
6 Dec 2012
Maya Plass on our brilliant seas
Today we are featuring a guest blog from marine & coastal ecology expert and TV presenter, Maya Plass . Find out what amazing creatures are hiding beneath the waves! Maya Plass on our brilliant seas Last week I had the pleasure of a shore dive in our UK waters. My eyes feasted on all the stunning...
4 Dec 2012
Step up for Scotland's declining seabirds
A trip to one of Scotland’s many seabird colonies is an unforgettable experience. Whether viewing from a clifftop vantage point or out on a little boat bobbing alongside an island teeming with squawking, swooping seabirds, you can’t help but be impressed by the variety and sheer number of...
28 Nov 2012
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