This Scottish Pollinators post (18 November 2021) describes Green Connectors, a five-year project to create valuable habitat links throughout the city for pollinators (and other wildlife). This will nurture wildflower meadows, hedges and tree planting in a jigsaw of appropriate sites.
Once upon a time, Melfort Park on the old St Eunan’s Primary school site in Clydebank, was derelict and vacant. Now it’s a thriving urban community park, and local schools enjoy the facilities the park has to offer. Read how teachers have seized the chance to connect pupils with nature [...]
Scotland’s Nature blog describes how ‘Eas’ in the Gaelic landscape marks a named waterfall in this post Land of Falling Water (20 October 2021). A range of Scottish waterfalls and places are illustrated, along with their Gaelic names.
Services supporting outdoor learning are provided by these Scottish organisations.