'All of nature for all of Scotland'. Our work is about caring for Scotland’s natural heritage, enabling people to enjoy it, helping people to understand and appreciate it, and supporting those who manage it.
Our aspiration is for the natural heritage to be used and managed sustainably.
Scotland's natural heritage is its wildlife, habitats, landscapes and natural beauty. Scotland is renowned for its attractive scenery and wild places and has a huge diversity of landscapes, habitats and wildlife. These are part of what makes Scotland special and are among the country's greatest assets.
Scottish Natural Heritage is a government body funded by the Scottish Government.
On tellmescotland we will publish our notices about Scotland’s protected places for nature, notably those about –
Find out more at www.snh.gov.uk
Click on a notice below to find out more information
|Notice Type||Title||Published - Expires Date|
|Portencross Woods SSSI notification||20th Mar 2013 - 20th Mar 2014|
|Southannan Sands SSSI notification||20th Mar 2013 - 20th Mar 2014|
|Strontian River (1949) SSSI de-notification||28th Feb 2013 - 27th May 2013|
|Gleann nan Caorrunn (1949) SSSI denotification||28th Mar 2013 - 28th Jun 2013|
|Kentallen SSSI Notification||21st Mar 2013 - 21st Jun 2013|
|Ardsheal Peninsula SSSI Notification||21st Mar 2013 - 21st Jun 2013|
|Aith Meadows and Burn of Aith SSSI Merger||22nd Mar 2013 - 22nd Jun 2013|
|Kergord Plantations SSSI Denotification||22nd Mar 2013 - 22nd Jun 2013|