Nature of Scotland Awards
The Nature of Scotland Awards recognise the very best in Scottish nature conservation.
Hosted by TV and radio presenter Arlene Stuart, the winners of the 10th Nature of Scotland Awards were celebrated with an online Awards Ceremony on the 17 November. Co-sponsored by NatureScot, learn more about this year’s winners and how they have gone the extra mile to support nature conservation in Scotland.
The Nature of Scotland Awards 2021
The inspirational people, projects and organisations who made it to our final were celebrated and the winners announced across 10 award categories at our virtual Awards Ceremony.
Brought to you by RSPB Scotland and co-sponsored by NatureScot, Scotland’s nature community came together to recognise the outstanding achievements of those working hard to protect our precious natural heritage.
If you would like any information about the Awards, including how to submit a nomination or become a sponsor of the Nature of Scotland Awards 2022 please email firstname.lastname@example.org . You can also follow the Twitter page for updates.
NatureScot is Scotland’s nature agency with 30 years’ experience advising the Scottish Government. They work to enhance our natural environment and inspire the people of Scotland to care more about it.
They will be indispensable to Scotland’s ‘green recovery’ from Covid-19, stimulating a revival that secures resilience through a nature-rich future for Scotland and an effective response to the climate emergency. This means that by 2030, Scotland will be recognised as a world leader in looking after and enhancing nature.
Our finalists and previous award shortlists and winners
2021 winners and shortlist
The 2021 shortlist represents those working hard to conserve Scotland’s unique wildlife and natural environment.
About the Nature of Scotland Awards
We celebrate inspiring individuals, groups, projects and organisations helping to conserve nature in Scotland.
Learn more about the Nature of Scotland Awards judging panel chaired by the Director, RSPB Scotland, Anne McCall.