Nature of Scotland Awards
Hosted by TV presenter, writer and naturalist Kate Humble and BBC Scotland TV and radio presenter and wildlife expert Euan McIlwraith, join over 300 members of the conservation community at this year’s Nature of Scotland Awards co-sponsored by Scottish Natural Heritage. Held on the 22 November, celebrate the people and projects that are going the extra mile to support Scottish nature conservation.
The Nature of Scotland Awards 2018
In a year with record numbers of nominations, the inspirational people, projects and organisations going on to the next stage of the awards programme were announced at a reception held at the Scottish Parliament in September and we’re looking forward to celebrating their achievements at the prestigious Presentation Dinner on 22 November.
Brought to you by RSPB Scotland and co-sponsored by Scottish Natural Heritage, join over 300 members of the conservation community for an evening of celebration hosted by TV presenter, writer and naturalist Kate Humble and BBC Scotland TV and radio presenter and wildlife expert Euan McIlwraith.
Celebrating excellence, innovation and outstanding achievement in nature conservation, the evening will begin with a drinks reception supported by The Botanist followed by a three-course meal then the winners across nine award categories including the new RSPB Young Nature Champion Award will be announced.
With tickets on sale now, download a booking form to secure your place and celebrate the achievements of those working hard to protect Scotland’s precious natural heritage.
If you would like any further information about the Nature of Scotland Awards including details on how to buy tickets please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the RSPB Scotland Events Team on 0131 317 4100. You can also follow the awards Twitter page for project updates.
Scottish Natural Heritage
Scottish Natural Heritage is the Scottish Government's adviser on all aspects of nature and landscape across Scotland. Working to connect people and nature by helping them understand its value and enjoy it responsibly; their purpose is to promote the sustainable use of Scotland’s natural environment and to safeguard it now and in the future. For more information, visit www.nature.scot or follow them on Twitter.
Our previous finalists and award winners
The 2018 shortlist
The 2018 shortlist represents those working hard to conserve Scotland’s unique wildlife and natural environment.
2017 winners and shortlist
Thank you to everyone who entered the awards in their sixth year and congratulations to our shortlist and winners!
About the Nature of Scotland Awards
The award ceremony
Learn more about the seventh annual Nature of Scotland Awards taking place on 22 November 2018 in Edinburgh.
We celebrate inspiring people, projects and organisations who are helping to conserve nature in Scotland.
Learn more about the Nature of Scotland Awards judging panel chaired by the Director, RSPB Scotland, Anne McCall.
If you would like to speak to us about any partnership opportunities, find out more about the awards or how to buy tickets, please contact us.
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