The Glasgow Naturalist

The Glasgow Naturalist is a peer-reviewed journal first issued in 1908 that publishes original studies in Scottish botany, zoology and geology, with the main focus on the western part of the country.

For information about purchasing individual issues please contact Info. Copies of many of the earlier issues are still available.

Volume 27, part 3
Volume 27, part 2
Volume 27, part 1
Volume 27 Supplement: Proceedings of Amphibians and Reptiles Conference
Volume 26, part 4 including Proceedings of the 2015 Conference River Kelvin − History and Natural History
Volume 26, part 3
Volume 26, part 2
Volume 26, part 1 including Proceedings of the 2013 Conference Natives, Aliens and Reintroductions
Volume 25, part 4 including Proceedings of the 2010 Conference Urban Biodiversity: Successes and Challenges
Volume 25, part 3
Volume 25 supplement Proceedings of the 2007 conference Machair Conservation: Successes & Challenges
Volume 25, part 2
Volume 25, part 1

Volume 24 part 4
Volume 24, part 3  Special edition: Natural History of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
Volume 24, part 2
Volume 24, part 1
Volume 23, supplement Proceedings of the 150th Anniversary Conference Alien Species: Friends or Foes? Read abstracts
Volume 23, part 6
Volume 23, part 5
Volume 23, part 4

Earlier Volumes of The Glasgow Naturalist (and the preceding Transactions of NHSG) can be found at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See digitisation anouncement for more information.

Advice about publishing in The Glasgow Naturalist is available here (updated May 2018). For further advice about submissions please see Editor