• What did you Show the Love for this Valentine’s day?

    Kirsty Nutt, RSPB Scotland Communications Manager, shares her love story and explains why green hearts were trending this Valentine’s Day.

    What did you Show the Love for this Valentine’s day?

    Over the last few weeks, amid the barrage of champagne, roses and cutesey pink and red hearts all designed to impress upon you the importance of telling your significant other how much you care there were voices with…

    • 25 Feb 2017
  • 25 years and counting

    25 years and counting

    The oldest Wildlife Explorers group in Scotland celebrated their 25th anniversary at the end of January. Adam Ross, RSPB Scotland Membership and Engagement Officer, based in Aberdeen went along to the celebrations to find out more.

    Wildlife Explorer groups are part of the junior membership of the RSPB. The groups are run by teams of highly motivated and enthusiastic volunteers. The key objectives…

    • 18 Feb 2017
  • Let's keep fighting for Scotland's seabirds

    RSPB Scotland Marine Policy Officer Peadar O'Connell brings us this new blog on the successes we've seen in marine conservation in Scotland and why we need to keep pushing for more action to protect seabirds.

    As the sun rises on a dark stormy morning, the sea raging below, a puffin sits on the edge of the world. Taking to the skies she sets out on a familiar journey. The little clown braves the wind and…

    • 15 Feb 2017
  • Showing the love for snowy mountains

    Jim Densham, from RSPB Scotland, brings us this latest blog on climate change and Show the Love ahead of Valentine's Day. 

    Did you ‘Show the Love’ for nature this weekend? Many people did and were getting out into nature, the countryside, and onto RSPB Scotland reserves to say they don’t want to lose special places and nature because of climate change. A new report shows the wide variety of places…

    • 13 Feb 2017
  • Show the Love for nature and special places

    RSPB Scotland is supporting the 'Show the Love' campaign organised by Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, which kicked off on 7 February and runs until Valentine's Day encouraging people to speak up for the special places and wildlife they don't want to lose to climate change. Jim Densham, from RSPB Scotland brings us this latest blog on the initiative. 

    Climate change is real and happening now. It is affecting…

    • 8 Feb 2017
  • Making Mersehead whole

    Back in October 2016 we launched an urgent appeal to make our Mersehead reserve an even bigger and better home for wildlife - in the blog Jenny Tweedie gives us an update on the appeal and what comes next for the reserve.

    Making Mersehead whole

    We’re absolutely thrilled that a successful public appeal means we’ll now be able to extend our reserve at Mersehead on the Solway, linking up two existing areas of our land…

    • 6 Feb 2017