Nature of Scotland Awards

The Nature of Scotland Awards recognise the very best in Scottish nature conservation.

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Hosted by zoologist, wildlife TV presenter and RSPB Ambassador Megan McCubbin and TV presenter and nature enthusiast JJ Chalmers, the winners of the 2023 Nature of Scotland Awards were revealed at our Awards Ceremony on the 22 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.   

Nature of Scotland Awards Ceremony 2023

The inspirational people, projects and organisations that made it to our final were celebrated and the winners were announced across 10 award categories – find out more about our winners here.

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 2024 please email awards@rspb.org.uk – we will open again for entries in March . You can also follow us on our X page for updates.

See the Nature of Scotland Awards 2023 Winners and Shortlist here

Winners and highly commended participants in the NOSA awards 2023.


NatureScot is Scotland's nature agency. We bring 30 years of experience, expertise and passion to our nation's most vital endeavour: to tackle the twin crises of nature's devastating decline and the climate emergency.

Working with partners, communities and businesses we are leading national to stop the dramatic decline in biodiversity, as a necessary first step towards substantial regeneration by 2045. By restoring biodiversity, nature will make an essential contribution to both hitting net zero carbon emissions targets and a thriving economy with people’s wellbeing at its heart.

For more information, visit their website at www.nature.scot or follow them on X.

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