SCOTLAND: The Big Picture's flagship network of landholdings committed to rewilding has grown to 50 partners in its first 18 months, revealing a huge appetite for nature restoration across the country.
Routine demonisation of pine martens is clouding the public discourse on saving Scotland's threatened capercaillie populations, writes Peter Cairns.
Tickets are on sale for The Big Picture Conference, on Saturday 24 September 2022 at Perth Concert Hall. Sign up and join our community before 30 June to get an early bird discount.
Our Riverwoods screening tour has culminated at the British Film Institute in London. Hosted by The European Nature Trust, the event raised a fantastic £54,000, which will be used to kickstart a river restoration project in partnership with the Kyle of Sutherland Fisheries Trust.
A short film produced by SBP for the Scottish Rewilding Alliance was named Overall Winner at the recent Edinburgh Conservation Film Festival.
We’re delighted to announce the lucky winner of a weekend in Cairngorms Connect, worth £825
You might not think that diggers and beer have anything to do with a wilder Scotland, but new corporate support is proving that rewilding is everyone’s business.
The results are in. A new study collating evidence from around the world shows beavers are having a positive impact on our natural environment.