• Most people get climate change – are you one of them?

    Jim Densham, Senior Land Use Policy Officer with RSPB Scotland, is back with another blog on the For The Love Of...campaign that we are part of.

    Most people get climate change – are you one of them?

    It's time to start thinking that the vast majority of people do get climate change after all – they understand it. 

    Most people don’t even need convincing that it will have huge impacts if we don’t act now…

    • 31 Mar 2015
  • What to see in Scotland this month III

    The nights are getting lighter and signs of spring seem to be on everyone’s mind this month. To celebrate here’s a collection of some of the great wildlife you can see in Scotland in March.

    What to see in Scotland this month III


    Puffin, Dean Bricknell

    Signs of spring – that’s what everyone’s talking about this month. And indeed there have been plenty so far, from garden flowers, bees, and ladybirds to…

    • 6 Mar 2015
  • A more equitable decision making process for major developments is about much more than just windfarms

    Aedán Smith, Head of Planning and Development at RSPB Scotland, has this blog about the decision making process for major developments in Scotland.

    A more equitable decision making process for major developments is about much more than just windfarms


    A joint letter signed by a number of heritage and environmental bodies, including RSPB Scotland, was published in the Sunday Times at the weekend,  which ran an…

    • 4 Mar 2015
  • For the love of the next generation

    RSPB Scotland conservation manager Stuart Benn is back with a new blog - this time about bird watching in the Highlands and the For The Love Of campaign. 

    For the love of the next generation

    I've blogged before about A Focus on Nature – an absolutely brilliant organisation committed to encouraging young people to develop and then hold on to a love for the natural world. So, when I met young Ben Moyes and his family…

    • 2 Mar 2015