FCCT Blog

Our rivers provide the Kingdom with a wide variety of ecosystem services, as well as giving people f...

Meadows in the Making

August 10, 2021

Fife Coast & Countryside Trust staff ran a grassland habitat course for members of the public on...
At West Sands, St Andrews you can often see different species of birds breeding during the spring an...
Meg Moore Volunteer Co-ordinator and Deirdre Munro Countryside Ranger As everyone is very much a...

Northern Brown Argus Butterfly

February 12, 2021

Here is a good news wildlife story to brighten a cold, cold winter’s day!  Many of our butterflie...
The Eden Estuary a jewel in the natural heritage of Fife and a fine example of local nature nestled ...

Wild Things in May!

April 24, 2020

Following on from last month, what kind of things should you keep an eye out for when walking in Fif...
Whilst getting out on site and conducting surveys may not be possible at the moment, it does give th...
What might you see, even from your back garden, over the course of April in Fife? We’ve put togeth...

Woodlands in Spring

April 1, 2020

Deciduous trees breaking their winter dormancy and bursting bud is something that we all look forwar...
The Loo of the Year Award not just a gimmick but an important performance indicator! The provision o...

How Are Sand Dunes Born?

February 10, 2020

 Well, one way is the wind. They start tiny, just grains of sand blown by the wind by the process o...