Websites about animals (including mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, insects, mollusks, etc.) and plants (including vascular plants, nonvascular plants, fungi, lichens, etc.) living and growing wild in Scotland, whether native or introduced.
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BBC: Scotland the Wild
A guide to animals and habitats from the makers of the TV series. Contains facts and images for hundreds of species, plus features, programme details, and the interactive programme Wildlife Explorer.
A group of entomologists working on the study of Diptera (two-winged flies). Includes species information, news, features, details of projects and publications, and links to related sites.
Red Squirrels In South Scotland
Involved in the conservation and raising awareness amongst landowners and those involved in timber production.
The Scottish Ornithologists' Club (SOC)
Information about birds and birdwatching in Scotland, membership, activities, publications, sightings, and a "where to birdwatch" section.
Scottish Wildcat Association
Relates the history of the species and describes habitat, behaviour, morphology and the main threats. Includes details of how people can help.
Scottish Wildlife Trust
Voluntary conservation organisation, caring for wildlife reserves and campaigning on wildlife issues. Includes details of species, habitats, protected areas, educational resources, publications and events.
From the National Tourism Board. Contains species and habitat information, advice on seasonal viewing opportunities and responsible watching, links to webcams, and accommodation search.
Last update:April 7, 2012 at 13:34:06 UTC