Your British Nature Portal online since 2004

With Nature - Home

City of Edinburgh Countryside

Discover countryside in Edinburgh on your doorstep or on holiday



Edinburgh Geological Society
Excursions and geology lectures for beginners to professional geologists...

Parks and gardens - Edinburgh Council
Find details of the parks, gardens and nature reserves in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh Wildlife Watch Group
Arranges a variety of fun activities and events for children aged 5 to 10...

Urban forests around Edinburgh...
You may be surprised to know there are several forests on the doorstep to your city...

Nature events in Edinburgh
Details of nature related events at Whats On Edinburgh.

Giving Nature a Home in Edinburgh
Find out more about this project connecting people and nature at the RSPB.

Map Edinburgh Outdoors
Find a park in Edinburgh through a clickable map with markers.

Sponsored Listings

The National Trust for Scotland

A vital conservation charity protecting Scotland's coast, wilderness, wildlife and countryside for the good of all. Funded largely by donations, membership is very affordable, comes with a raft of benefits and supports their work.

Latest News

RSS Latest news – Edinburgh Living Landscape
  • Wildlife treasures uncovered in Edinburgh’s newest park 9th October 2019
    More than 200 different species of wildlife including locally rare butterflies have been found in Edinburgh’s newest park. Experts joined forces with local citizen scientists this summer to search for plants and animals at Little France Park in the east of the city during a special Wildlife Week. The species recorded in the park included… […]
  • New film explores Little France Park 8th July 2019
    Local residents Sarah Ford-Hutchinson and Barrie Williams have created a film exploring Little France Park in Edinburgh. This is the city’s newest park and, covering 45 hectares, it is the largest in a generation. Little France Park has reclaimed unmanaged grassland for the local community and carves out a green corridor from the city centre to… […]
  • Living Cities: creating flower rich urban meadows 4th July 2019
    In this guest blog, Leonie Alexander from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh explains how to transform amenity grass into to vibrant flower rich meadows, and how this can benefit wildlife and was first published as part of the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Living Cities series  Imagine the scene – the sound of birdsong, grasshoppers leaping out from under your feet,… […]
RSS News – Edinburgh Geological Society
Share this page!