14thOctober 2021

Nature Scot and CLD Outdoor Learning 19 November 2021


This Education Scotland webinar is for Community Learning and Development (CLD) practitioners or educators. The focus of this event is on resources for green recovery, learning outdoors and health activities in the outdoors. Find out about environmental volunteering and the John Muir Award. Explore how nature, health and wellbeing and [...]

25thAugust 2021

Scotland’s Big5 Funbook


This NatureScot Big5 funbook is free to download. It features mini profiles of the otter, harbour seal, red deer, red squirrel and golden eagle. It describes the top three places you’re most likely to spot each of these special animals. The information is available in English and Gaelic versions.

20thApril 2021


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12thAugust 2020

Our Natural Health Service – SNH Research Report No. 1212 (2020)


Outdoor learning and play are recognised as activities within green health/ green exercise. Scottish Natural Heritage commissioned Edinburgh Napier University to undertake a series of research interviews with those involved in Green Health Partnerships at an operational and strategic level to explore their experience of delivery to date and their [...]

28thJuly 2020

Deadgood deadwood information and survey


Environmental community groups, schools and nature enthusiasts can join this Scotland-wide survey to find out more about deadwood in Scotland. Scottish Forestry is working with TCV Scotland to promote this survey which will record details of deadwood across the country and its associated wildlife. The survey has been developed by [...]

30thJune 2020

Landscape infographic for Scotland


This infographic illustrates some of the evidence for the importance of Scotland's landscapes. It is relevant for Scottish Natural Heritage's work, Scottish Government's National Outcomes and Scottish society as a whole.