Lochalsh Wildlife Watch Group

The Lochalsh Wildlife Watch group is run by National Trust for Scotland rangers based at Kintail and Balmacara, and is aimed at children between 7 and 12 year old. Younger children are welcome if they are accompanied by an adult. The club is affiliated to the Scottish Wildlife Trust and we take part in national wildlife projects and surveys.

What we do

How to get involved

For more information on any of the activities please contact either Gavin Skipper gskipper@nts.org.uk 01599 566325 or Rule Anderson randerson@nts.org.uk 01599 511231

Watch group information

Contacts

For more information on any of the activities please contact either Gavin Skipper gskipper@nts.org.uk 01599 566325 or Rule Anderson randerson@nts.org.uk 01599 511231

To book contact Balmacara Estate Office – 01599 566325

Telephone
01599 566325
Email
Email Lochalsh Wildlife Watch Group

GROUP MEETINGS

Where and when?

Where we meet

We meet in various locations about 10 times a year, with most sessions held once a week in May and June and more in the Autumn (days and times are variable).

Directions

GROUP NEWS

Lochalsh Wildlife Watch Group news

Nuts about Red Squirrels

September – Date TBC

Join the National Trust for Scotland rangers and members of the Lochalsh Wildlife Watch Club as we celebrate National Red Squirrel Week. TBC

Autumn Antics

10am – Midday and 2pm – 4pm

Come along for a morning or an afternoon of fun activities and games at Lochalsh Woodland Park next to Balmacara Square. Join the National Trust for Scotland rangers and members of the Lochalsh Wildlife Watch Club as we discover a rainbow of autumn colours. Find out how wildlife is preparing for the winter months ahead, experience some of the hazards faced by migrating birds and make a home for mini-beasts.

Enjoy hot chocolate and marshmallows around an open fire.

Lochalsh Wildlife Watch Group

Sessions are £2 per child

FURTHER READING

About Lochalsh Wildlife Watch Group

Out & about

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