Angus and Dundee

If you are interested in wildlife in Angus and Dundee or the rest of Scotland, the Scottish Wildlife Trust is your voice for Scottish Wildlife conservation.

What we do

The Group is involved with the local Scottish Wildlife Trust Reserves (the Miley, Balgavies Loch, Loch of Lintrathen and Seaton Cliffs). We raise funds to support maintenance and development on those Reserves and at the same time promote the enjoyment of wildlife in our part of Scotland. Activities include walks, talks, litter picks and fund-raising.

How to get involved

We are always looking for help in our fundraising efforts and on the committee. If you are interested in helping wildlife in Dundee and Angus, please contact the Secretary.

Group information

Contacts

Jim Cook  - Chairman

Liz Houghton  - Secretary  (01382 775462)

Margaret Bainbridge - Membership Secretary (01382 532939)

Telephone
01382 775462
Email
Email Angus and Dundee
Website
Angus and Dundee website

GROUP MEETINGS

Where and when?

Where we meet

Our indoor talks are held in the Upper Reid Hall, Castle St. Forfar. See Events Programme for outdoor event meeting details.

Directions

The Reid Hall has its own car park accessible from Castle St. (opposite Tesco). If full, a free car park is available in Victoria St. (only about 300m away).

Get directions

GROUP NEWS

Angus and Dundee news


Red grouse on moorland © Steve GardnerVisit to sporting estate at head of Glen Isla.
Guided visit with the gamekeeper. Meet at 2pm at Fergus, (NO 193682)
Turn Rt off B951 past Forter Castle. Bring binoculars. BOOKING ESSENTIAL as transport must be arranged by 4-wheel-drive up to the site. Phone Secretary for details.


Family afternoon – Pond Dipping at Balgavies.
Hunt for bugs in meadows and loch. Meet at 2pm in Balgavies Loch car park. (NO528509). Wear wellies.

FURTHER READING

About Angus and Dundee

Out & about

Nearest local group
North Angus

Links & downloads

Newsletter 1

Events leaflet

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