Watch, Inspire, Protect – We are on YouTube!

Hutton Highlights is a James Hutton Institute podcast and back in May, NESBiP was invited to talk about pollinators and why they are wonderful.

Pollinators and why they are wonderful – Hutton Highlights

Hutton Highlights is a James Hutton Institute podcast and back in May, NESBiP was invited to talk about pollinators and why they are wonderful.

NESBiP has a new Biodiversity Coordinator!

NESBiP has been without a coordinator for a little while, but Abbie has joined us with lots of enthusiasm and passion. She is ready to support the partners, communities and biodiversity. Learn more about her here.

Celebrating Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters

In 2021 NESBiP hosted a seminar celebrating Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters. The seminar focused on the management of our waters from the coastline to the highlands. Watch the full seminar here.

Alex Stuart

NESBiP Coordinator (July 2019 – August 2022)

World Wildlife Day 2021 – learn how to connect to nature at home

Learn more about finding, recording and appreciating the wildlife on your doorstep during lockdowns.

LINA-ELVIRA BACK

Environmental Planner at Aberdeen City Council

The Partnership’s 2020 Biodiversity Champion Award Winners

Our Biodiversity Champion Awards aim to acknowledge and celebrate the individuals and organisations who help our wildlife.

Amenity Grassland and Road Verges – Doing More with Less!

Your chance to catch up on an event recently hosted by the Partnership, on how we all can better manage our grass areas for biodiversity and reduced costs.

Alex Stuart

NESBiP Coordinator (July 2019 – August 2022)

Countesswells to Cults Active Woodland Group

A new group encourages the community to enjoy the local woodlands and works to improve their biodiversity.

Claire Marsden

Chair at Countesswells to Cults Active Woodland Group

Wildflower Areas to help Support our Native Pollinators

Everyone loves a wildflower meadow. They make a great backdrop for chocolate or washing powder adverts, but for bees and other pollinators they are critical habitat.

Ewen Cameron

Independent Member at NESBiP

So what’s the evidence for that?

Why does SNH erect an electric fence around the Forvie tern colony? Why do RSPB use ponies to graze at Loch of Strathbeg? What about placement of bat boxes, or methods used to control invasive species?

Nick Littlewood

Conservation Evidence at University of Cambridge