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Festivalgoers urged to help rewild the Highlands by having trees planted   27/6/19

Nevis Forest Master Plan set to move off the drawing board with eco-cabins proposals   18/6/19

Hunt launched across northwest Scotland to help save one of UK’s rarest bumblebees   6/6/19

A quintet of herons – including spoonbills – makes the Dee feel like the Med   29/5/19

Almost half of World Heritage sites could lose their glaciers by 2100   8/5/19

Emeritus professor spends two weeks in Antarctica testing eco tent   8/4/19

Scientists to study health and genetics of reintroduced red squirrels in Highlands   29/3/19

Caged flowers could save rare bee in the Peak District, one of its last strongholds   29/3/19

Mövenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket unveils organic vegetable and herb garden   10/3/19

Unique rewilding training aims to boost employability in rural economy   10/2/19

Farnes puffin numbers rally after initial concern in five-yearly survey results   23/2/19

Stunning entries in National Parks photography competition, with winner revealed   17/2/19

High-altitude forest in Scottish Highlands to save rare trees and help mountain wildlife   31/12/18

IUCN Red List update highlights new hope for fin whale and mountain gorilla   15/11/18

Research reveals Scotland’s west coast as global cetacean hotspot   15/10/18

Highlands ‘lost world’ near Loch Ness celebrates 10 years of rewilding   5/10/18

National Parks summer of beauty photography competition winner announced   10/9/18

Home to roost – largest hibernation of pipistrelle bats recorded at Seaton Delaval Hall   10/9/18

New ‘suspension bridge’ road crossing keeps red squirrels safe in Highlands   8/8/18

Support soars for Scotland rewilding book initiative as new funding target is set   16/7/18

Get your binoculars ready, National Whale and Dolphin Watch is coming!   16/7/18

England's lucky omen? Rare sea bird visits Farne Islands for first time since 1966   10/7/18

Call for public support for a wilder Scotland in stunning new conservation book   28/6/18

Manx shearwaters surveyed for first time in 20 years on a remote Welsh island   21/6/18

Unique trail to promote Scotland as top whale-watching destination   18/5/18

New book looks at pros and cons of reintroducing lynx to Scotland   11/4/18

Expeditions to study health of whales in Hebrides using pioneering laser photography   8/4/18

Galapagos Conservation Trust announces 2018 Galapagos Photography Competition   22/3/18

Rare pine marten captured on camera: a wildlife first for Northumberland   22/3/18

Helping ‘The Reds Return’ to the Highlands: appeal launched to secure future of red squirrels   18/3/18

LifeStraw Follow the Liters campaign changes the lives of one million children   9/3/18

Tours with local specialists offer a chance to see some of the best wildlife in Europe   9/3/18

Record numbers of common dolphin sightings off Scotland’s west coast   27/2/18

Community-led forest restoration helps fight climate change   11/1/18

Unique wildlife watching opportunities in new tours to Peru   10/1/18

Environmentally friendly campsites and glamping sites win awards   3/1/18





Hebridean Whale & Dolphin Trust

News archive 2016

News archive 2017

mountains on Mull

News archive 2015


New Hebridean Whale Trail launches on Scotland's spectacular west coast


Derbyshire teacher attempts to break 132-year-old world record on a Penny Farthing


Protecting whales, dolphins and porpoises with National Whale and Dolphin Watch 2019


Mystery killer whale pod investigated off Scotland’s west coast


Rewilding conference signals fresh thinking for Scotland’s land and seas


Exciting new hostel by Brøchner Hotels opens in Aarhus, Denmark