Ospreys, red squirrels, dolphins, Caledonian pine forests…Scotland’s wildlife needs urgent protection.

The Scottish Wildlife Trust has been protecting Scotland’s precious habitats and species since 1964, but we need your help to continue our vital work. Becoming a member of the Trust means that you will be joining over 42,000 other people who care about Scotland’s wildlife and who want to make a positive difference.

Join today, or purchase a membership for the wildlife lover in your life.


Becoming a member today means that you will be:

1. Safeguarding some of Scotland’s most vulnerable wildlife

Scotland is famous for its spectacular wildlife, from ospreys to red squirrels, dolphins to Caledonian pine forest. We cannot continue to protect wildlife without people like you.

2. Helping us protect and restore Scotland’s wild places

Whether it’s protecting wildlife on 120 reserves or campaigning for greater protection of our land and seas, no one is doing more for Scotland’s wildlife and wild places.

3. Able to gain FREE and unlimited entry to our visitor centres

As a member you will also enjoy a number of exclusive benefits. This includes free entry to our visitor centres, copies of our magazine, invitations to exclusive events and more.


“The Scottish Wildlife Trust plays a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them.”

Sir David Attenborough


 

Join us today

Make a commitment to Scotland’s
wildlife and wild places by
becoming a member today.

 

We offer a variety of different membership types and ways to join. Find out more using the links below, including information on how you can make your membership go even further by registering for Gift Aid.

Where in the world?

The Trust has more than 42,000 dedicated and passionate members. As you may expect, the majority of these live in Scotland, but we also have members from as far afield as Oman, Australia and Japan!

Click here to see where our members live.

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