Learning for Sustainability Scotland signposted this great article in Scotland: The Big Picture. It tells the story of how experiencing wildlife up close in the Cairngorms National Park helped steer two young conservationist, Ellie and Christina, into roles in a landscape-scale restoration project. They want the doors to such opportunities [...]
Cairngorms Nature News (3 November 2022) report that the Saving Wildcats project has had an incredibly successful first breeding season this year. 22 kittens were born in a dedicated conservation breeding for release centre in a quiet area away from visitors at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s (RZSS) Highland [...]
Buglife have created over 50 pollinator hotspots along the B-lines route, and more are planned. Check out the activity going on in Scotland. Is there anything happening near you? Look at the B-lines map to see where more needs doing. This article in The Conversation (12 May 2022), explores ‘Bee [...]
This article published online (16 August 2021) by Andy Ruck and Greg Mannion, provides ethnographic insight into the more-than-human relationships enacted through young people’s participation in school grounds conservation. It notes that students ‘need not travel to celebrated or protected landscapes to participate in conservation activities. Instead, school grounds and [...]
This Field Studies Council (FSC) blog includes an introduction to why management is needed for wildlife. Pete Boardman's talk delves into some specific examples of habitat management in the UK, primarily focused on invertebrates species.
Plantlife are offering mix of talks and workshops covering plant identification, conservation, arts and culture throughout February, through their digital events series Spring into action with Plantlife.