31 July 2015
The latest Breeding Bird Survey report reveals Golden Plover and Kestrel are in trouble across Scotland, whilst warbler and Siskin populations are thriving.
21 July 2015
A new study led by the RSPB Centre for Conservation Science has revealed the extent of moorland burning across Britain’s upland areas.
13 July 2015
RSPB Scotland is pleased with the success of T in the Park at the weekend in avoiding disturbance to local breeding ospreys.
10 July 2015
A brightly coloured moth has been recorded for the first time on Tiree by RSPB Scotland.
1 July 2015
RSPB Scotland is just one member of a coalition of more than 20 Scottish environmental organisations, all calling for beavers to make a comeback.
29 June 2015
Jim Eadie MSP, Species Champion for hedgehogs, joined RSPB Scotland and the Scottish Wildlife Trust at Johnston Terrace Garden, a wildlife reserve in the heart of Edinburgh, today to ask people to help nature.
26 June 2015
A new wildlife webcam based in Orkney offers rare close-up views nesting red-throated divers
19 June 2015
A tranquil area of wetland and grassland on the south-eastern edge of Alloa has become RSPB Scotland’s newest nature reserve.
17 June 2015
The calf of a pilot whale has been washed up on a beach on Tiree. A local resident reported the whale to RSPB Scotland yesterday.
13 June 2015
Wildlife charity issues warning as Strathy South inquiry draws to a close
9 June 2015
SSE wants 39 wind turbines at Strathy South when as few as two, located elsewhere, could do the job
28 May 2015
Forty years after white-tailed eagles were reintroduced to Scotland these magnificent birds have reached the important milestone of 100 breeding pairs.
25 May 2015
Environment Minister hails mission to save the popular native mammal
18 May 2015
RSPB Scotland has launched its first ever online auction for Scotland’s Big Nature Festival – NOW LIVE!
13 May 2015
Donors and local schoolchildren attend event to mark important part of forest expansion project.
12 May 2015
RSPB Scotland responds to Council decision on T in the Park
100 voluntary organisations across the UK have joined forces to call for the protection of Europe’s natural environment.
RSPB Scotland has announced Bill Oddie will be attending Scotland’s Big Nature Festival in East Lothian next month.
29 April 2015
Entries open for wildlife charity’s Nature of Scotland Awards
28 April 2015
RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch reinforces importance of gardens to threatened wildlife
24 April 2015
Festival can go ahead as long as conditions observed, says wildlife charity
23 April 2015
It has been revealed that the Strathy South windfarm could take up to 24.8 years to ‘pay back’ the carbon impacts of its construction.
20 April 2015
Public inquiry into SSE’s controversial windfarm proposals at Strathy South delayed following procedural error by the energy giants.
14 April 2015
A group of 10 high-profile wildlife and conservation organisations are calling on the Scottish Government to impose a three-year ban on all mountain hare culling on grouse moors.
27 March 2015
A spokesman for RSPB Scotland said: “We regard the current activities around the osprey nest as unethical and unacceptable. Even if they are within the law, they must stop immediately.
26 March 2015
Over 43,000 people across Scotland took part in the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch this year, spending an hour counting the birds in their garden over the weekend of 24 and 25 January.
12 March 2015
Recent Scottish Government decisions on Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) rules and payments are likely to leave the fate of many farmers and crofters hanging in the balance.
RSPB Scotland is calling for the rejection of proposals to grant new tax breaks to support open cast coal extraction.
10 March 2015
RSPB Scotland has today warned time is running out to reduce the impact of T in the Park on wildlife at Strathallan Castle in Perthshire.
24 February 2015
RSPB Scotland has responded to the application to move T in the Park to a new venue at Strathallan Castle.
17 February 2015
Goshawk nest footage reveals men repeatedly visiting area in what appears to be an attempt to kill the birds.
12 February 2015
One of Scotland’s most iconic birds will be the subject of a fourth national survey to see how its population is faring.
6 February 2015
White-tailed eagle sighted in Dumfries and Galloway revealed to be survivor of nest tumble.
26 January 2015
RSPB Scotland awarded over £50,000 for Loch of Strathbeg facilities
23 January 2015
World’s biggest garden wildlife survey takes place Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 January
20 January 2015
RSPB Scotland has maintained its robust objection to controversial proposals by SSE for Strathy South windfarm
12 January 2015
RSPB Scotland welcomes the custodial sentence awarded at Aberdeen Sheriff Court to the convicted bird of prey killer George Mutch