Our events for the coming week should be “something for everyone”.
It’s a bold claim to say we have ‘something for everyone’ in our event program – and you can be the judge of this statement.
Wildflower ID at Brerachan Meadow (outdoor event)
July is a fabulous time for Scottish wildflowers and on Thursday 20th July, expert botanist Faith Anstey is coming to one of the Trust’s smaller Perthshire reserves, Brerachan Meadow.
Arranged by our Perthshire Ranger, who will be there, Faith will be sharing her knowledge of wildflowers and how to identify them.
Bring along a tasty picnic and wear clothes suitable for the vagaries of the weather: sturdy outdoor boots strongly advised. Make sure you are comfortable throughout the day (10.30am-3pm) by covering all eventualities of our changeable weather, from suncream to waterproofs!
Due to parking restrictions beside Brerachan, numbers are limited for this event. If you plan to come with others (each require a separate ticket) please car share if possible.
This is an outside event in a stunning, unspoilt upland hay meadow with butterflies and all manner of native species abounding. The perfect place to be accompanied by a botanist and ranger to reap the benefits of their knowledge.
Please book a place in the link below.
An Evening with Polly Pullar (indoor event)
Next Saturday, 22nd July, we are delighted to have renowned local wildlife writer and wildlife rehabilitator, Polly Pullar, coming to Loch of the Lowes Visitor Centre to present an evening talk.
For over 30 years Polly has been contributing monthly to The Scots Magazine and The People’s Friend and was previously wildlife writer for The Scottish Field.
Along with her books A Scurry of Squirrels and a Richness of Martens, Polly contributes to numerous magazines including BBC Wildlife Magazine, Scottish Wildlife, Tractor & Farming Heritage, & Rehabilitation Today. Her 10th title The Horizontal Oak – A Memoir (Birlinn) was published last year.
If you have already come across Polly’s engaging writing style and deep knowledge of wildlife and wildlife rehabilitation, why not bring along your copy of her work and we’re sure she’ll be happy to sign it for you.
Booking is essential for this event.
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Our events for the coming week should be “something for everyone”. It’s a bold claim to say we have ‘something for everyone’ in our event program – and you can …