Wolves have been the subject of human persecution for thousands of years, even though they help to keep populations of grazing animals under control.
This intelligent and sociable animal is famous for its ability to thrive in the most difficult habitats, helped no end by the fact that it’s an incredibly successful pack hunter.
Find out if wolves live in Scotland – as well as other predators – in this article.
Bears once thrived in Scotland, and remains have been found everywhere from the Borders to the far north, but are there any still living in the wild today?
Discover the story of Scotland’s brown bears in this article, which includes information about where you can see them, as well as other wild animals that still live in the remotest regions of Scotland.
The dancing, skipping, multi-coloured lights of the aurora borealis are caused by charged particles from the sun colliding with the earths magnetic field, and they are most visible in northern countries like Scotland.
In this article you’ll discover the best places to view the northern lights in Scotland, as well tips to help you see them and information on Scotland’s fabulous dark sky parks.
Winter is an amazing time to be in Scotland, especially if you love exploring the great outdoors. There’s something magical about the country when winter visits and there are more things to do in this season than you might expect.
In this article I’ll show you the top activities to enjoy in Scotland between November and March whether you want to see wildlife, go on an invigorating walk or take part in exciting sports, along with a couple of other winter activities that just might surprise you.
Red squirrels may be declining in other parts of the UK but here in Scotland we have healthy – and even growing – populations that are estimated to exceed 120,000 animals.
Discover exactly where red squirrels like to live, what you should feed them and the threats they face in this ultimate guide.
Highland Cows are a Scottish breed of rustic cattle known for their thick, shaggy coats that enable them to survive in the harshest of temperatures.
In this article you’ll learn all about the ‘Heilan Coo’ and discover the best places in Scotland to see them.
Everybody loves puffins. There’s something about their oversized heads and brightly-coloured stripy beaks and that makes them impossibly endearing.
In this article I’ll show you the best places to see these fascinating seabirds.