Gight Woods ramble

A walk through the Trust's Gight Woods Wildlife Reserve in the company of our guide, Mark Young.

Enjoy a relaxing and fascinating walk through this woodland reserve, guided by Reserve Convenor Mark Young. Learn from an expert about the wildlife to be found in this beautiful woodland by the River Ythan, as well as viewing the recent damage from Storm Arwen.

This event will take place at Gight Woods with exact meeting place forwarded after booking has ended.

Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the start time. Family-friendly event but children must be accompanied by an adult. Bring a packed lunch and binoculars. No dogs except assistance dogs please. Wear stout footwear and suitable clothing. Parking nearby.

To find out more, and for any booking queries, please contact Kirsten Dickson on 07885 720 267.

Please donate if you can. All donations help local wildlife and biodiversity causes. You can do this through the Eventbrite booking page.

Bookable face-to-face events may be subject to change at short notice, which will be communicated to attendees via email by the organiser. Please check your email in advance of attending events. Note that booking generally ends two hours prior to the event start time. If you wish to register to attend after booking has ended, and there are places still available, please contact the organiser direct using the details above.

Image: Gight Wood Wildlife Reserve © Rab Potter, Scottish Wildlife Trust






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