Visitor Centres

If you're looking for a wild day out for all the family in Scotland, why not visit one of our three Visitor Centres or our Urban Wildlife Centre in Grangemouth and get closer to wildlife? From the spectacular waterfalls of New Lanark to the panoramic views of nesting seabirds in Montrose, you'll be amazed at what you can see on your doorstep. Why not pay us a visit?

Falls of Clyde (c) SK

Falls of Clyde, New Lanark

Situated in the historic village of New Lanark, the Falls have provided inspiration for artists including Turner and Wordsworth. It is also home to breeding peregrine falcons.

Visit for: waterfalls, peregrines, bats and badgers

   

Loch of the Lowes (c) MD

Loch of the Lowes, Dunkeld

Ospreys have been nesting at this reserve in the heart of Perthshire since 1969. Get a bird's eye view of the action with binoculars, telescopes and live video footage.

Visit for: nesting ospreys, woodpeckers and red squirrels

   

Montrose Basin (c) Gillian Day

Montrose Basin, Montrose

A bird haven situated in the heart of Angus on the edge of a tidal estuary, the Basin is of international importance for over 50,000 migratory birds each year.

Visit for: pink-footed geese, terns, eider ducks and seals

   
Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre (c) Scottish Wildlife Trust

Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, Grangemouth

It's easy to forget you're in the heart of Grangemouth when visiting this urban wildlife haven. A true environmental success story, this once barren wasteland is now a green oasis.

Visit for: urban gardens, dragonflies and woodpeckers

 

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