Scottish Wildlife Trust Groups are at the heart of many of our activities, helping to champion wildlife at a local level and carrying out vital work throughout Scotland.

Local groups are involved in conservation projects, planning and fundraising and they also organise walks, talks and other events to inspire people about the wildlife of Scotland.

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Angus and Dundee

If you are interested in wildlife in Angus and Dundee or the rest of Scotland, the Scottish Wildlife Trust is

Ayrshire

Ayrshire extends for over 60 miles along the shore of the Firth of Clyde, rising from coast to a crescent

Callander

Callander may be one of the smaller Groups but, within the Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park, we are

Central Borders

This group covers the area of the Central Borders. Landscapes range from montane in the west to the lowland valleys of the Tweed and

Fife and Kinross

Manages Group activities for Fife and Kinross, including: reserves, wildlife sites welcoming new members organising events and activities

Galloway

The Scottish Wildlife Trust Galloway Group has 300 members throughout Dumfries and Galloway in southwest Scotland.

Glasgow

Glasgow is a city containing a wide variety of wildlife habitats: parks, rivers, marsh and several local nature reserves. Possil

Lothians

Includes Edinburgh, West, Mid & East Lothian and is one of the most accessible and varied of the Trust's areas,

North Angus

The North Angus Group is the voice for Scottish Wildlife Trust members in the Montrose and Brechin area of Angus.

North of Scotland

Welcome to the North of Scotland Group. We cover the largest area of any Group and have some of the

Strathkelvin

This Group covers East Dunbartonshire, North Lanarkshire and south-west Stirling. Stretching from the Kelvin Valley to the Campsie Fells, the area contains

Skye

Skye is the largest and most northerly of the Inner Hebrides and has five main types of habitat: Sea and Coast,

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