The Dons might be firmly in the Old Firm's rear-view mirror this season, but this little squirrel ensured there was at least some silverware lifted in the north-east in 2020.
A lifeline has been thrown to some of north and north-east Scotland’s most endangered flora and fauna after conservation agencies secured hundreds of thousands of pounds in funding.
A trial of beavers living wild on an English river for the first time in centuries shows they can live alongside people and deliver benefits for nature and communities, experts have said.
This walk starts from the heritage centre car park next to the old Culter station platform on the Deeside Way.
A more natural, wildlife-friendly look to gardens and more “grow your own” are among the trends predicted for gardening in 2020, experts said.
Strangford Lough is an increasingly popular location for tourists and this year it saw record numbers of another type of visitor – the grey seal.
Bird-watchers in Aberdeenshire have been asked to look out for a particular species swanning about the Donside region.
Lindsay Razaq: Captivated animals – the positive impact of humans’ fascination with zoos should not be overlooked
“Look Buddy,” my toddler shouts. “Monkeys!”
A blind border collie is looking for a new home with his best friend — who acts as his guide dog.
The National Trust is releasing beavers into large enclosures at two sites in the south of England in the spring to boost wildlife and help combat flooding.
Juniper, a rare conifer which is used to flavour gin, is making a comeback in southern England with the help of a conservation rescue mission, Plantlife has said.
Lindsay Razaq: Close encounters of the herd kind – animals need protecting from us, not us from them
There’s a cow in the middle of the path and she doesn’t look like she wants to budge.
A computer-generated insect “influencer” has been making a buzz on social media with an Instagram account that aims to help protect bees.
Intensive agriculture is among the factors blamed for the steep decline in wildlife native to the UK and Ireland since the 1970s, but the Nature Friendly Farming Network (NFFN) is determined to reverse the trend.
People from near and far gathered at Glenlivet Hall at the weekend for the annual Wild in the Park event.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Jacky Bloomfield, one of the duo behind Highland wildlife photography firm M&J Bloomfield.
Stunning new images have highlighted the thousands of wild birds who migrate to a north-east nature reserve from near the arctic circle.
One of the UK’s best-known wildlife presenters is to visit the north-east.
A search and rescue dog and a couple who have dedicated their lives to rescuing wildlife will travel to the House of Lords to receive special recognition.
Highland Council has ditched plans to build 35 homes near a nature reserve after a community outcry.
An otter cub owes its life to an angler making an early morning visit to the River Ness.
VIDEO: Reporters scramble for cover after gull gets into the Pittodrie press box before Aberdeen’s defeat to Rijeka
Aberdeen supporters are well used to seeing gulls circling at Pittodrie but the journalists from the national media were treated to their own personal version of the Birds before Thursday’s Europa League tie.
A new smartphone app has been launched to build a “health map” of Scotland’s coastlines to help protect marine species and reduce pollution.
A nature enthusiast in Shetland received a surprise earlier this week when he found an unusual bird in his garden - a baby puffin.
The first stage of transforming a historic city fortification into a world-class wildlife centre could be completed by next spring.
An unusual visitor was spotted enjoying the sun in a garden in the south of Aberdeen.
A hefty hedgehog previously believed to be the "world's heaviest" is on the look for love after going on a strict weight-loss and fitness regime at an Aberdeenshire animal centre.
An investigation into the deaths of more than one hundred pearl mussels is taking place by police in Sutherland.
A Highlands and Islands MSP has praised the work of staff and volunteers who have set up an Earth Guardians group in Moray.
A photographer has described being chased by an irate gannet after he rescued it from a wire fence.
An unusual cabin and some intriguing animals add to the charms of the Scottish countryside and make for a delightfully quirky holiday
I wasn’t quite sure what to expect as I headed for an ecocamp holiday.
An adventurous young otter has proved a hit with visitors to a Moray park after taking a liking to its pond.