Conservationists have hailed the newly crowned Scottish tree of the year as the "symbolic leader" in the battle against the spread against Dutch elm disease.
A lone elm tree situated in the heart of the Highlands - “reminiscent of an ancient tree-creature from Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings" - has won Scotland’s Tree of the Year for 2019.
Red squirrels are being restored to a Sutherland wood as part of a reintroduction project across the Highlands.
Osprey chicks in a West Highland forest have given a predatory pine marten the slip – thanks to a greased-up tree trunk.
They are the chicks who foughts against the odds to be here.
A charity has stepped in to help a north-east school after vandals wrecked a garden pupils had planted.
Distraught pupils returned to their school after the holiday weekend to discover "mindless" vandals had smashed up a garden they had planted.
Moray Council’s decision to throw out plans to build homes in ancient woodland has been welcomed by nature campaigners.
A conservation charity is hoping to raise £1.6 million to buy a mountain in the north-west Highlands.
An osprey chick which survived a lightning storm that damaged a camera on a neighbouring nest has been nicknamed “Bolt”.
After a difficult year for an osprey nest at Loch Arkaig in Lochaber, conservationists are celebrating the news that a chick has been successfully reared at a neighbouring nest.
The early return of two ospreys to their nest in Lochaber has delighted bird watchers around the world.
A lonely osprey, who kept a vigil in his Highland nest waiting for his mate to arrive, has had his patience rewarded in duplicate.
In a nest at the top of an ancient Caledonian pine tree in the Highlands, a lovesick osprey is waiting patiently for his mate to arrive.
Native woodland creation in the Highlands is to get a boost thanks to an increase in the grant support available.
A conservation group has joined the battle to save a row of 150-year-old oak trees in Inverness from being chopped down to make way for a new road.
Seed champions are being sought for Skye and Argyll to help preserve the nation's tree heritage in a collection at Kew Gardens in London.
An appeal has been launched for £500,000 to buy and restore an ancient Caledonian pine forest in Lochaber that was used for Commando training during World War II.
Users of a popular Aberdeenshire woodland are being asked for their views on how to keep it at its best in the coming years.