A picture capturing a standoff between a Tibetan fox and a marmot, seemingly frozen in life-or-death deliberations, has won the top prize at the Natural History Museum’s annual wildlife photography competition.
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.
A marmoset has been rescued after being kept in a small bird cage.
A polar bear that came to live at a zoo from the circus led to an overhaul in the way the animals are cared for in captivity, according to experts.
Extinction Rebellion protesters have brought Westminster to a halt as they demand the Government takes urgent action on climate change and wildlife losses.
More than two-fifths of UK species including animals, birds and butterflies have seen significant declines in recent decades, a major study shows.
Highland Council has ditched plans to build 35 homes near a nature reserve after a community outcry.
Chris Packham and climate protesters have set up a woodland outside the headquarters of HS2 to campaign against the destruction of trees to create the high speed rail line.
A stretch of “bat-friendly” street lighting has been switched on in what is believed to be a UK first.
An otter cub owes its life to an angler making an early morning visit to the River Ness.
Conservationists have hailed a “big win” for threatened giraffes as countries agreed to protect the African animals from unregulated trade.
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.
Populations of animals that live in the world’s forests have declined by more than half in the past 50 years, a study warns.
A fugitive in Germany has been nabbed thanks to the help of angry wasps.
A new smartphone app has been launched to build a “health map” of Scotland’s coastlines to help protect marine species and reduce pollution.
Fifteen of the UK’s finest felines have been announced as finalists in the National Cat Awards.
A nature enthusiast in Shetland received a surprise earlier this week when he found an unusual bird in his garden - a baby puffin.
A police officer attempting to come to the aid of a kitten outside a branch of Burger King was surprised to discover the animal was in fact a bobcat.
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.
Moray has the highest number of wildlife crime incidents in Scotland, police have revealed.
GALLERY: North-east toddlers amazed at wildlife captured on their doorstep during fortnight of filming
A group of north-east nursery children have teamed up with their local ranger to capture fascinating footage of the area's wildlife.
The Duchess of Cambridge has teamed up with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) to publish activity cards to inspire children to get involved with gardens and nature.
An Aberdeenshire animal charity has begged for no more donations to a public appeal that has run away with itself.
More than 700 people have signed a petition against plans to drive a road through an Aberdeenshire woodland said to be “packed with wildlife” and “loved by locals”.