18 August 2016
RSPB Scotland has announced that a young hen harrier has gone missing on a grouse moor in the Monadhliath Mountains.
11 August 2016
RSPB Scotland has issued an appeal for information following the disappearance of another young golden eagle, the eighth of this species to vanish in the same area in less than five years.
4 August 2016
Two young hen harrier chicks have been satellite tagged at an MoD base in Argyll as part of a national RSPB project.
2 August 2016
A new bug has been officially recorded in Scotland for the first time after being discovered by an RSPB Scotland volunteer.
28 July 2016
People taking part in RSPB Scotland’s annual Big Wild Sleepout this weekend (29 – 31 July) are in for a busy night of wildlife watching.
22 July 2016
RSPB Scotland has appealed for information following the discovery of illegally-set spring traps in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park.
19 July 2016
In January 2015 RSPB Scotland challenged Scottish Ministers’ consents for four large offshore windfarms in the outer firths of the Forth and Tay.
4 July 2016
Lloyd Austin, Head of Conservation Policy at RSPB Scotland warmly welcomes the proposals.
27 June 2016
Today, more than 2000 children will perform a special piece of music inspired by one of Britain’s rarest breeding birds
14 June 2016
RSPB Scotland is calling on people to get involved in Giving Nature a Home this summer by doing at least one thing for wildlife in their garden or outdoor space, after new data revealed further declines in sightings of some of our most familiar and favourite garden species.
24 May 2016
Europe’s largest conservation charity, the RSPB, has launched a new report showing how the UK could transform its energy system and meet its 2050 climate targets in harmony with nature.
18 May 2016
A weekend of nature activities, workshops, talks, exhibitors, and fun for all the family returns to East Lothian this weekend as RSPB Scotland’s Big Nature Festival takes place in Mussleburgh.
11 May 2016
Eagle eyed Glasgow commuters have spotted a mallard duck nesting in a window box hanging off the side of one of the Clyde’s busy bridges.
15 April 2016
A new study has shown a significant reduction in the number of breeding birds following the construction of turbines at a wind farm in the north of Scotland.
31 March 2016
Across Scotland over 36,000 people joined in the world’s largest garden wildlife survey during the last weekend in January 2016.
23 March 2016
RSPB Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government announcement that a decision on beaver reintroduction will be delayed until later this year.
RSPB Scotland is celebrating the return of EJ the osprey to its Loch Garten nature reserve in Speyside, a full 12 days earlier than she appeared last year.
22 March 2016
A pair of sea eagles are currently preparing to nest on RSPB Scotland’s Hoy nature reserve, raising hopes that this year may see Orkney’s first chicks in nearly 150 years.
18 March 2016
Scottish Natural Heritage today published the Seabird Biodiversity Indicator Report 2016, using information collected from the Seabird Monitoring Programme.
The search to find Scotland’s nature conservation heroes has begun with entries now open for RSPB Scotland’s Nature of Scotland Awards.
11 March 2016
Of all the research projects carried out by RSPB Scotland, perhaps one of the most puzzling has been the case of a disappearing duck: the common scoter.
4 March 2016
Leading international peatland experts are calling for a 39-turbine wind farm proposal in the heart of Caithness and Sutherland’s Flow Country to be refused.
24 February 2016
RSPB Scotland responds to announcement that Environment Minister Aileen McLeod has accepted recommendations to introduce tough new maximum penalties for those who commit wildlife crimes.
19 February 2016
People across Scotland are being urged to put up a nest box in time for the bird breeding season.
5 February 2016
RSPB Scotland has objected to an application to allow ship-to-ship oil transfers in the Moray Firth.
RSPB Scotland has announced that it has purchased the nature reserve at Dunnet Head, which is the northernmost point of mainland Britain.
2 February 2016
Children across Scotland will have a chance to get connected to nature thanks to a new partnership between RSPB Scotland and supermarket chain Aldi.
29 January 2016
Spend an hour this weekend counting the birds that are counting on you.
26 January 2016
Update on felling operation in Flow Country
15 January 2016
RSPB Scotland Loch Leven is delighted to announce the renewal of their Gold Food for Life Catering Mark.