Callander Wildlife Watch Group

The Callander Wildlife Watch Group is a brand new group, run by the Callander Youth Project Trust with support from the Scottish Wildlife Trust. For young people aged 10 and over, this energetic group has lots of fun outdoor activities planned  – if you live nearby and would like to join them, they would love to hear from you!

 

What we do

From nature trails to scavenger hunts, arts and crafts to fungal forays, there are loads of cool ways to get closer to wildlife in your area.

How to get involved

For more information and to book your place please contact the group via phone or email

Watch group information

Contacts
Telephone
01877 330141
Email
Email Callander Wildlife Watch Group

GROUP MEETINGS

Where and when?

Where we meet

Callander Wildlife Watch Groups is based at Callander Youth Project Trust - Callander Hostel, Bridegend, Callander, FK17 8AH.

Directions

GROUP NEWS

Callander Wildlife Watch Group news

Homes for Wildlife

Meet at Callander Youth Project 11.00am – 3pm

Join us in our wildlife-friendly garden as we build a wild patch of habitats and homes for frogs, slugs, birds and bees, and learn how you can make a difference for wildlife in your own garden! We will help you to construct mini-ponds, a hibernaculum and houses for birds and bats.

£2 per person

Night Safari Camp-out and Waterpark

Meet at Callander Youth Project 2.30pm – Returning 3pm on Friday

An unforgettable wild experience! Enjoy wild camping in the woods above Loch Ard. As night falls we set up our camera traps, explore our camp and look for bats with torches and detectors. Next morning it’s into the Loch for wild swimming and a waterpark adventure!

Camping £15 / Waterpark £15

Callander Wildlife Watch Group

FURTHER READING

About Callander Wildlife Watch Group

Out & about

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