Coronavirus update

Please note that the Trust has suspended all Wildlife Watch Group activities until further notice, in line with action taken for similar activities by schools across Scotland.

This reflects the additional risk for children and to the activity leaders in maintaining these activities, and is designed to support the heightened measures to tackle coronavirus (COVID-19).

Updated: 18 March 2020

Wildlife Watch groups are the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s nature clubs for children. Groups run on average once per month, for varying ages. Each group is coordinated by trained volunteers who organise fun events and activities throughout the year. There are more than 30 groups across Scotland, each one designed to help children and young people get outdoors and connect with nature.

If you want to get your child involved with fun activities like minibeast hunts, pond dipping, nature crafts and outdoor games, why not join your local Wildlife Watch group? Explore the map and list below for full details– we would love to see you there!

Can’t find a club in your local area? Why not consider setting one up? We can offer training and support to people who would like to become leaders. For more information email Catherine Leatherland.

Map of Wildlife Watch Groups

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