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31 Aug 2021

From the edge of the world 2021 – part 3

Join our Seabird and Marine Ranger on St Kilda for a look at some of his seasonal highlights so far.

25 Aug 2021

Planting for the planet

Cutting-edge materials combine with age-old techniques as our gardeners lead the way on sustainable practices that will keep our grounds and landscapes thriving.

24 Aug 2021

Wasps – a picnic ruined

Join Trust ranger Roddy to take a look at why wasps often have a bad reputation, especially towards the end of summer.

18 Aug 2021

Crathes Garden blog #4: carnivorous plants and new discoveries

Join our expert garden guide for a behind-the-scenes look at what the garden team have been working on at Crathes in August, as well as taking a closer peek at some new discoveries.

13 Aug 2021

Lightning strikes 100-year-old tree at Ben Lomond

Our ranger tells us about the damage that lightning has caused to one of the oak trees at Ben Lomond.

9 Aug 2021

Colour across the seasons at Malleny Garden

Our volunteer gardener Bob offers a closer look at some of the stunning blooms that can be seen during the year at Malleny Garden, on the outskirts of Edinburgh.

14 Jul 2021

The eagle with the sunlit eye

We take a look at the history of the national reintroduction programme for the sea eagle (also known as the white-tailed eagle), and our charity’s important role in that.

8 Jul 2021

Wildlife spotter’s guide: Corrieshalloch Gorge

Corrieshalloch Gorge shows the formidable forces of nature at their most impressive, and is home to a wide range of wildlife.

7 Jul 2021

Wildlife spotter’s guide: Brodie Castle

​The large estate surrounding Brodie Castle is home to a rich variety of habitats, from formal gardens to ponds and natural woodland. Several trails and a couple of nature hides offer great opportunities to spot some wildlife during your visit.