Please stay at home this spring

To help stop the spread of the Coronavirus, we ask that you do not visit our wildlife reserves at this time unless passing through them to get to another destination as part of essential travel.





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We champion

the ecological, moral, social and economic reasons to protect and restore nature

We demonstrate

best practice in practical conservation and the creation of Living Landscapes and Living Seas


We inspire

people to experience, learn about and care for wildlife and wild places

Alarm over beavers

The Trust has called for an ambitious and forward-looking strategy to allow beavers to thrive in Scotland.

Coronavirus update

Please note that, in line with Coronavirus guidance, all activities organised by the Trust involving members of the public and volunteers have been suspended (unless held online or by phone), and our offices and visitor centres are closed until further notice.

Watch wildlife online

Tune in live to our wildlife webcams

Visit our clothing store

Our new online store features stylish and sustainable clothing and tote bags. Best of all, every purchase helps to further our work to protect Scotland’s wildlife for the future.

How you can help

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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