Latest news

  • Blue DF is wintering in the Casamance region in southern Senegal after a 19 day migration from Scotland.  Jules (Blue JV3) is crossing the Sahara.

  • The migration tracks of our two satellite-tagged birds is shown along with sightings of colour-ringed ospreys on our new new interactive migration map

  • Roy’s latest blog: Insect Armageddon – what must be done now.

  • Golden eagle satellite tracking pages updated 6th June –   (click on name to go to tracking page):  Roxy, CanispGlobeLoyal,   Agnes and Mackay

  • We carried out a new red squirrel translocation to the NTS gardens at Inverewe, Wester Ross in March.  Recent news shows that our 2013 translocation to Alladale and Amat area has resulted in colonisation into the River Oykell catchment, up to 15 miles from the release area with delighted reports of red squirrels in a garden at Rosehall.

Read Roy’s latest blog – a Sunday with sea eagles (photo by Roy Dennis)

We have changed our name to the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation to reflect the international scope of our work and Roy’s inspirational contribution to nature conservation. Dr Tim Mackrill has joined the Foundation and we have ambitious plans to build on our achievements and expand our work across the UK and around Europe. Click here to find out more.

As part of this exciting new phase we are launching an appeal to raise vital funds to help us continue our innovative and proactive conservation work with ospreys, golden eagles and a range of other species of birds and mammals. Click here to find out how you can become a Conservation Champion.