Last updated Thursday May 31 at 20:34 BST
Humboldt penguin chick is first of his kind to be born at Blair Drummond Safari Park for 12 years.
A team from the University of Glasgow will examine the behaviour of a range of species including robins.
Oldest osprey in the UK astounds rangers yet again by laying record breaking egg.
The attraction will be turned into the National Marine Centre offering improved conservation and education programmes.
Edinburgh's Royal Commonwealth Pool has been given a £37.2m boost.
Around 150,000 birds will make their home on Bass Rock over the summer as they build their nests and breed.
The eight winners of the nature Photography Awards were announced on Thursday.
Staff at the Cairngorms National Park say it is 'very likely' birds such as the golden eagle are being hunted and killed illegally.
Marine experts found many rare species as they surveyed the Scottish coast in 2011.
Major investment will see Aberdeen harbour keep up with growing demand.
Crowds gathered to see the 50ft whale as it swam 200m from the shore.
The black-crowned night heron was found by the SSPCA after surviving an attack by buzzards.
Monitoring and trapping rafts have been set up in waterways from Perthshire to Angus as part of the initiative.
Event in Inverclyde earlier this year generated £24m across the country.
Following a claim by Mackies ice cream in an advert, the Met Office confirm what every Scot already knew.
Sandhill crane may have been blown off course by Hurricane Katia on its way south for the winter.
Duncan Shaw, of stunt cycling team The Clan, performs death-defying stunts ahead of Glasgow Riverside event.
Blair Drummond Safari Park wants to start breeding programme after area for chimps was expanded in recent years.
The first Snowy Owl chick to be born in captivity is doing well according to staff at the Highland Wildlife Park.
Image of rare animals in a field captured by crofter in Aberdeenshire.