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


Jim Cook  - Chairman

Liz Houghton  - Secretary  (01382 775462)

Margaret Bainbridge - Membership Secretary (01382 532939)

01382 775462
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Angus and Dundee website


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.


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).

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Angus and Dundee news

“The Isle of May”

Talk by Russell Nisbet, Naturalist and previous warden at Isle of May. Following short AGM at 7:30 pm in the Upper Reid Hall, Castle St. Forfar. Entry by donation, children free.

Isle of May visit

Guided visit for seabirds and marine mammals. Sailing that day is at 1:15pm for a 4.5 hour to 5 hour trip which includes 2.5 to 3 hours on the island.

Prices: Adult £28, Concession (Over 65 / Student / 16 & 17years) £24, Child (ages 4 – 15 years) £14, Under 3 years free.

Ferry bookings to be made directly with the Anstruther Pleasure Cruises. Phone 07957 585200 or email or click for website.


About Angus and Dundee

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