How to be a Wildlife Spy: A Special Event

Ever wondered how folk like rangers get such good views of wildlife?

Ever wondered how professional photographers get close enough to get those stunning shots of wildlife?

Ever wondered who or what is around your garden or park at night?

Camera Trap Photo of a Pine Marten SWT Perthshire
Camera Trap Photo of a Pine Marten SWT Perthshire

Here’s how to find out! Join the ranger for an afternoon of practical fun learning how to be a wildlife spy. We will start by learning some good old fashioned wildlife tracking skills and take a walk learning to spot the tell-tale clues and signs. Then we will be looking at how to use modern technology like camera traps and nest box cameras – and you will get a chance to try these yourselves. Suitable for all ages from 5 years up. Small charge of £3 adult, £2 members and concessions, £1 per child- must be accompanied.

camera trap

This event runs from 1-3pm this Friday the 27th June at Loch of the Lowes. Booking is essential so please give us a call on 01350 727337 or email Lochofthelowes@swt.org.uk

 

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Ever wondered how folk like rangers get such good views of wildlife? Ever wondered how professional photographers get close enough to get those stunning shots of wildlife? Ever wondered who …

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