Inspiring people to connect with, and take action for, nature is at the heart of our engagement work.

We provide a broad range opportunities for people to engage with and learn about nature, from our Wildlife Watch groups aimed at inspiring the next generation of wildlife ambassadors, to our programme of events ranging from guided walks around reserves to digital webinars on specialist subjects.

You can find out more about our approach to engagement here.


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Visitor centres

Our four visitor centres are hubs for wildlife encounters, awareness raising and educational activities.

Located in Montrose, New Lanark, Dunkeld and Grangemouth, they offer very different but equally amazing experiences.

Groups

Our local groups and Wildlife Watch groups are a great way for members to get together and learn more about nature conservation, whatever your age.

Click on one of the links to find out where your nearest group is.

Events programme

Our visitor centres and local groups organise hundreds of events and activities across the country every year, providing a great opportunity to learn more about Scottish wildlife as well as meeting like-minded people.

 

Learning Zone

Discover our growing range of nature-based and curriculum linked resources for children of all ages.

Information for schools

We run education programmes at all four of our visitor centres and have a dedicated team of Teacher Naturalists at Montrose Basin available for school workshops and events.

Find out more about primary and secondary school visits and resources here.

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