RSPB Scotland is celebrating 25 years of involvement in the internationally-recognised Flow Country in Caithness.
The bid to make the Flow Country a World Heritage Site has taken a major step forward.
A single wildfire in the north this summer is believed to have doubled Scotland's carbon emissions for the six days it burned.
A project which has been restoring vast areas of damaged peatland in Caithness and Sutherland will be celebrated in Inverness next month.
Minister visits Flow Country as bid ramps up to have area recognised by UNESCO as world heritage site
The bid to have the Flow Country in Sutherland recognised as a world heritage site by UNESCO has gathered momentum after the Minister for the Natural Environment, Mairi Gougeon, visited the area to sample its rugged beauty.
An Inverness swimmer is to join TV experts Neil Oliver and Professor Iain Stewart as the case will be made as to why they feel the fragile landscape of the Flow Country should be recognised as a Unesco World Heritage Site.
A celebration of the famous Flow Country peatlands will be one of the star shows at this summer’s Edinburgh Fringe festival.
Plans have been submitted for a new outdoor viewing platform in the heart of the Flow Country in northwest Sutherland.
A Highland MSP has received Scottish Government backing for his call to phase out the commercial use of peat for horticulture.
A conservation charity is on the hunt for a contractor to build a controversial bird centre on the largest peat bog in Europe.
A part time cleaner has been sacked by RSPB Scotland after protesting against its controversial plans for a bird observatory in her village.