Blogs and Podcasts

Dive in and explore our latest wildlife and conservation blogs and podcasts.

Spring Arrivals: New to Nature

4 May 2023

The Scottish Seabird Centre welcomes a new member to their team. Emma will be working as Conservation Assistant, helping Conservation Officer Emily with a plethora of tasks along North Berwick's coastline.

Potential impacts of offshore wind farms on gannets

27 January 2023

Dr Jude Lane, Conservation Scientist with the RSPB shares details of her research on the Bass Rock and experience of working on the island as avian flu devastated the colony.

Turning point: A Global Biodiversity Framework is agreed in Montreal

20 December 2022

Our CEO, Susan Davies reflects on what COP15 means for nature recovery.

Digital Holography and the behaviour of Plankton

20 December 2022

Plankton play a vital part in the ecology of our planet - they lie at the bottom of the worlds’ food chain and are sensitive indicators of the health of our oceans. Research is therefore vital to determine their distribution, population concentrations and environmental impact. Read our latest blog by Professor John Watson and Dr Thangavel Thevar, from the University of Aberdeen, on the importance of plankton and their novel method of imaging, identifying, and counting species through holography.