Volunteers are being sought to help monitor the activities of dolphins in Aberdeen.
A schoolboy is urging people living in Aberdeen to join him in a bid to cut down on plastic pollution.
Sparrows and starlings have suffered “alarming” declines in the last 40 years while other species have become a common sight in backyards, the world’s largest garden wildlife survey shows.
A wildlife organisation is celebrating a milestone anniversary by inviting the public to bird watch.
Elusive bitterns have successfully bred on the Isle of Wight for the first time on record, as the bird continues its comeback, the RSPB has said.
This year has been the most successful year for common cranes in the UK since the 17th century, conservationists have said.
A £2.6 million north-east scientific research programme has picked up a prestigious nature award.
A study into how effectively birds can avoid offshore wind turbines is to be carried out at the North Sea windfarm opposed by Donald Trump.
Volunteers will take to an Aberdeen beach next weekend.
A wildlife charity has launched a north-east schools programme as part of its Dolphinwatch project.
A pair of cranes have bred in the north-east – and are the first to do so in Scotland for more than 400 years.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has revealed it is backing Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer to win Love Island – because of Jack’s fondness for birds.
A conservation charity has spoken of the “special moment” that three whales were spotted off the coast of Aberdeen.
Two charities were forced to pack up their stalls at an Aberdeen festival after they were targeted by angry vegans.
A family fun day is to take place at a popular Aberdeen park.
Cricket “ticklers” are taking to the field to help bring a once-common species back from the brink of extinction, conservationists said.
A dolphinwatch project has received a slice of a £1 million funding pot.
A photography competition has been launched to celebrate 10 years since a bird of prey returned to the North-east.
Red kites return to Aberdeen’s skies 10 years after launch of special project to reintroduce species
A species of bird driven to extinction in Scotland 150 years ago has thrived since being reintroduced to Aberdeen a decade ago today.
Thousands of wildlife fans from across the globe are expected to come to Aberdeen this year as the fourth annual Dolphinwatch project officially launches today.