The Trust has been a champion of Scotland’s wildlife since 1964, from the threatened red squirrel to puffins, dolphins and ancient Caledonian pine forests.
From major species and landscape projects to managing wildlife reserves, education work and campaigning for nature: we are protecting Scotland's wildlife for the future.
Join us today and help protect Scotland's precious wildlife. Every penny you give will stay in Scotland and will help fund our conservation work across the country.
90% of Scotland's population live within ten miles of a Trust reserve. With 120 across Scotland, there's never been a better time to explore nature on your doorstep.
Join your local children's group, head out on a guided walk or catch the latest from our live webcams or wildlife blogs. There's something here for all ages to enjoy.
Whether you choose to volunteer, donate, raise funds or leave a legacy to the Trust, your help will make a real difference to our work protecting Scotland's wildlife.
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