Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels is a partnership project working to ensure red squirrels continue to be part of Scotland's special native wildlife. You can help the project by reporting squirrel sightings - red or grey. Find out more here
This article in The Conversation (January 24, 2022) points out that up to 85% of the nectar available to pollinating insects in a city comes from gardens. What we plant across the seasons – whether in our school grounds, an allotment or a window box – can make a huge [...]
Eco-Schools Scotland are looking for school pupils from across Scotland to participate in the seventh annual Pocket Garden Design Competition. This year designs should interpret three interlinked themes: The Year of Stories, One Planet Picnic and Wildlife Gardening. The deadline for entries is 5pm on 25 February 2022.
This book by Dr Pete Mintin is free to download. It explores how scientists use DNA technology to answer a huge variety of questions and how to help and study wildlife in Scotland using DNA technology. Species include wildcats, golden eagles, pine martens and the newly re-introduced beaver. Children from [...]
Services supporting outdoor learning are provided by these Scottish organisations.