Callander

Callander may be one of the smaller Groups but, within the Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park, we are surrounded by a spectacular landscape of mountains, loch and glens with their wide diversity of wildlife and habitats. Small is friendly!

What we do

– Organise illustrated talks from Sept to April on specific species of flora/fauna and environmental topics
– Arrange local walks and visits to reserves
– Support local conservation projects
– Raise funds to support various wildlife/conservation projects (£1000 donated in 2018)

How to get involved

Volunteers can help with:
– participate in our monthly meetings
– Suggesting and/or organising events such as talks, walks, visits
– Help with hospitality at meetings
– Involvement in conservation projects
– Help with fund-raising events
– Help to promote children’s activities, even run a Watch Group
– Join the Committee

Group information

Contacts

Kevin Duffy (Chair)
Lesley Hawkins (Secretary);
Mike Hawkins (Treasurer)
Fiona MacAdam (Committee Member)

Telephone
01877 339080
Email
Email Callander

GROUP MEETINGS

Where and when?

Where we meet

We meet on the second Tuesday of the month from September to April at 7:30pm in Callander Kirk Hall, South Church Street, Callander, FK17 8BN. Free parking is available on the main road, in South Church St and Pearl St.

The meeting room is the library, straight ahead through the main door and has all-ability access.
Suggested donations to cover costs are £2 members, £2.50 non-members, free to full-time students

Directions

Callander Kirk Hall is on South Church Street, Callander, FK17 8BN - on the corner with Main Street opposite Screw-It Hardware Shop.

Get directions

GROUP NEWS

Callander news

Talk Webinar 8:00 -9:15pm

Talk on ‘Red Kite, Red Squirrel and Dragonfly Conservation at Argaty Red Kites’ by Tom Bowser, Head Ranger.

Tom and his family run the Argaty Red Kite project near Dunblane in central Scotland. They aim to showcase the very best of Scottish wildlife from red kites to red squirrels and beyond. In 2018 the project won the Nature Tourism Award at the Nature of Scotland Awards. See their Facebook page for more information and regular wildlife news.

FURTHER READING

About Callander

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