Sightings of frogs and toads in gardens have declined as ponds vanish, survey results from tens of thousands of households suggest.
People in Scotland have been urged to introduce a pond or pool to their garden after a new study revealed toad and frog sightings have decreased.
Two tonnes of plastic have been found in the stomachs of fulmar birds around the North Sea.
Drones have been banned at an Aberdeenshire seabird colony after reports the devices have knocked eggs nestled on cliff faces.
Two hen harriers have disappeared in suspicious circumstances, prompting an appeal by police and conservationists.
Wildlife experts have reminded people to check their vehicles for birds after a man from Brae had a lucky escape when a nest under his car bonnet went on fire.
A bittern has been heard “booming” on the Isle of Wight for the first time, in what conservationists say is a mark of success for a wetland restoration scheme.
Ferry company Serco NorthLink has awarded a Scottish wildlife charity more than £2,000.
They are known for their nest raids on the hunt for unguarded eggs.
A black-tailed godwit released into the wild in the Fens after being hand-reared has returned home from its winter migration, wildlife experts have said.
The Scottish division of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has hit out against a study published today on the risk to seabirds through collision with offshore wind turbines, calling the findings a “very optimistic interpretation of data”.
The UK’s breeding population of snow buntings has been revealed for the first time after scientists searched some of Scotland’s highest peaks for the birds.
A massive bird watching survey across the north of Scotland has found a surge in the number of goldfinches.
A row has broken out between conservationists and land managers after another satellite-tagged golden eagle disappeared in the northern Monadhliath Mountains.
A £1 million pound project to eradicate black rats off a group of Scottish Islands has come to an end as experts declare the island to be a secure haven for nesting seabirds.
Crofters across the north are striking back against Britain’s biggest bird in a bid to stop them taking their sheep.
A type of gull which is a common visitor to Scotland’s coasts every summer has been named at “high risk” of global extinction.
In the past two years, many have protested against the idea of building of a new golf course at Coul Links.
A bird charity has warned health and safety rules could come into play before lasers can be used to tackle Elgin’s gull problem.
A war of words has erupted over the fate of a missing rare bird amid claims that animal-lovers have taken a “guilty until proven innocent” stance against estate owners.
Wildlife charity RSPB has fitted a record number of hen harrier chicks with satellite tags in the UK this year as the fight against their decline continues.
Twin White-Tailed Sea Eaglets have fledged from their nest at one of the viewing hides on the isle of Mull.
For 150 years, the magnificent sight of a red kite gliding through the skies of the north-east of Scotland had been consigned to history.
An RSPB research project has revealed the precise movements and behaviours of endangered Scottish seabirds for the first time.
Animal lovers are being urged to take a bird's eye view of one of Scotland's best-loved winged creatures.
Mountain bikers are putting endangered birds at risk by creating their own trails and tracks, wildlife experts have warned.
It is best known for being home to iconic rare creatures such as wildcats and red squirrels.
Preening males were all aflutter yesterday, as a female chose the perfect moment to fly over the show.
A north-east nature reserve will host a family event to celebrate the annual Big Garden Birdwatch.
A bird charity has teamed up with a Moray estate to create more habitats for wildlife at the thriving wetland.
As an assistant architect with land and property firm, Bell Ingram Design, Euan Wright completed numerous projects for the RSPB.