A young hen harrier fitted with a satellite transmitter has been declared missing after disappearing in an area of South Lanarkshire described as a “black hole”.
Aberdeen’s very first dolphin festival is set to make a splash tonight as a renowned wildlife cameraman gives a talk.
A new season of dolphin watching has begun in Aberdeen.
The programme has been launched for Aberdeen’s first ever dolphin festival.
Giant plastic ducks have been placed on a city pond in an eye-catching move to deter people from feeding the birds.
Aberdeen’s first dolphin festival, dubbed DolphinFest, will take place during the last weekend in April, it has been announced.
Clothes and scrap metal were among the items found during a clean-up operation at an Aberdeen beach.
An environmental group is leading a guided walk to spot special birds and educate the public on an endangered species that is on a sharp decline.
A conservation charity has launched its dolphin watching scheme in Aberdeen for the new season.
A conservation charity is calling on residents and visitors to help make a North-east beach safer for wildlife and a more welcoming place for people.
A nature campaign has made its biggest splash yet after record numbers flocked to visit.
A satellite-tagged hen harrier has vanished above a North-east grouse moor, with conservationists calling the disappearance “very concerning”.
Conservationists have appealed for information after a satellite-tagged golden eagle disappeared in the North-east.