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Date:  Monday 2nd March                             Area: Lochaber

Eco-defenders

Join the Countryside Ranger for some fun environmental activities and games in Fort William library – with a different wildlife or conservation theme each month you can book one or come along to them all.

All children must be accompanied by an adult.  Adults must also book a place.  Bookings will close at 12pm on Sunday 1st March.

Time:  3.30pm – 5pm                      Booking ref: 002860LOCH

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected]

 

 

Date: Tuesday 3rd March                                                                                               Area: Wester Ross

Environmental Pop-up Workshops: Wildfires in Wester Ross, Ullapool Library

Visit the ranger in Ullapool Library as part of Wester Ross Wildfire Week where we are looking at the increasing frequency of wildfires in Scotland and how to prevent them. This is suitable for anyone interested in this topic including landowners who may have a problem with wildfires or are worried about the dangers of them and visitors or residents who wish to know more about lighting fires as part of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.

The work of Ullapool High School pupils, who were given a design brief to inform visitors and locals of the risks of wildfires in Wester Ross, will be on display. These art works will be available for landowners to use at times of particularly dry weather. Please note this is part of a week of events about this topic, culminating in a Wildfire Conference in Kinlochewe on the 6th of March.

This is aimed at adults but families with children aged 8 and over are welcome.

Time: 6pm – 7pm                                       Booking ref: Booking not required

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Contact:  [email protected], 01854 613526

 

 

Date:  Tuesday 3rd March                              Area: Caithness

A Short Walk into Nature: Dunnet Beach walk and Litter Pick (north end)

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. All our ‘short walks into nature’ series are flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk. Meet at the Seadrift Centre car park. Adults only.

Time: 10am – 11am                         Booking ref: 002875THUR

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected]

 

 

Date:  Wednesday 4th March                                       Area: Ardnamurchan

A Short Walk into Nature – Strontian

Join this local green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air.  Following a different theme each week, find out a bit more about the nature on your doorstep. All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk.

Time: 11am – 12pm                        Booking ref: 002782ARDN

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact: [email protected] 

 

 

Date: Wednesday  4th March                                                                       Area: Wester Ross

Brilliant Bothies – Diabeg to Craig Bothy, Torridon 

We will follow an undulating path in Torridon that takes us to Craig Bothy, carrying on to visit bouldery Craig beach if we have time. With stunning views of Skye, Raasay and Rona and the potential for all manner of wildlife, this is sure to be a lovely walk. Wear sturdy food wear, bring waterproofs and lunch.

This walk is suitable for adults. The distance is 8km/ 5mi.

Booking essential by 4pm on 3rd of March

Time: 10.30am – 5pm                                                    Booking ref: 002881PLOC

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected], 01854 613526

 

 

Date: Wednesday 4th March                        Area: Badenoch & Strathspey

Short Walk into Nature – Old Railway Line, Grantown-on-Spey

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. Different theme each walk – you choose?! All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are generally flat, approximately an hour or so in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk. Good dogs very welcome. Over 18’s only please. Booking essential 24 hours beforehand.

Time: 11am – 12.30pm                  Booking ref: 002878GRAN

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected]    07818 588 222

 

 

Date:  Wednesday 4th March                       Area: Caithness

Dunbeath Strath Guided Walk

Enjoy a gorgeous spring time walk up the Dunbeath strath. Follow the river through the hazel & birch woods and up onto Cnoc na Maranaich to take in amazing views.  Brochs & cairns along the way with old settlements to explore. Rough/boggy walking in parts. Good level of fitness, walking boots/outdoor gear and packed lunch required. Approximately 12km. Over 18’s only please & no dogs. Meet at Dunbeath Mill car park at 10.30am.

 

Time:     10.30am – 3.30pm                            Booking ref: 002803WICK

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected]

 

 

Date:  Tuesday 10th March                                                           Area: Wester Ross

Wester Ross Green Volunteers: Gruinard Bay dune work and path clearance

This self-led activity will continue on from our work last year to try and stabilise the dunes and prevent further erosion, we will be removing marram plants from the boardwalk to replant in the sand. We will also be installing some unusual protection for these plants!

Bring a flask of tea, waterproofs, sturdy boots or shoes and the ranger will bring some biscuits and gloves and tools to borrow.

A walk and look for wildlife on the beach afterwards is recommended. Or even a picnic if the weather is right for it.

Time:  10.30am – 12.30pm                                           Booking ref: Booking not required

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Contact:  [email protected]       01854 613526

 

 

Date:  Tuesday 10th March                                                                           Area: North west Sutherland

Guided walk at Loch A’Mhuilinn near Scourie

A fascinating walk through this ancient oak woodland, around the lochs, an otter trail and by the coast. A rarely visit area of wonder and magic.

Time: 10.30am – 1pm                        Booking ref: 003091KNBV

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

BookingPlease click here to book

Contact: [email protected]

 

 

Date:  Tuesday 10th March                                                                           Area: Wester Ross

A Short Walk into Nature: Flowerdale, Gairloch

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk.

This year the ‘ A Short Walk into Nature’ series in Wester Ross will take place once a month at Flowerdale with each meeting having a different nature theme to learn about.

Over 18 years only. Distance approx. 0.5 km/0.25mi
Booking is essential by 4pm the day before the walk. Please phone the ranger if you require help to book. The meeting place provided on booking.

Time: 2.30pm – 3.30pm                                                                 Booking ref: 002867GAIR

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected], 01854 613526

 

 

Date:  Wednesday 11th March                    Area: Caithness

A Short Walk into Nature, Dunnet Forest

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world.  Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company and fresh air.  All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are on the flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness.  We will round off with a hot drink in the log cabin.  Please disclose to your ranger and medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk.  Not suitable for dogs or children.  Meet at Dunnet Forest public car park.

 

Time:  10am – 11am                                       Booking ref: 003021THUR

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service.   We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected]

 

 

Date:  Thursday 12th March                                                                          Area: Assynt, Sutherland

A Short Walk into Nature: To look for signs of Spring

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk. We will meet at the Lochinver Mission (An Cala Café) on a short and slow-paced walk to listen for bird song in the Culag wood and maybe a cuppa afterwards.  Good path. Distance approx. 1 km/0.5mi. Please phone Andy on 01571 844654 to book a place.

 

Time: 11am – 12pm                                        Booking ref: 002786ULLA

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact: [email protected]

 

 

 

Date:  Thursday 12th March                                          Area: Caithness

Broubster Forest to Reay Guided Walk

Join the Ranger on a 13km walk through the tracks at Broubster Forest and through to the village of Reay. Enjoy the varied wildlife found in this woodland environment. Most of the route is along forest tracks. Reasonable level of fitness is required. Booking essential. Help with return vehicles needed. Over 18’s only.

Time: 10.30am – 4pm                                    Booking ref: 002895THUR

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected]

 

 

Date:  Thursday 12th March                          Area: Lochaber

A Short Walk into Nature – Glen Nevis

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk. Booking required. Meet outside Ben Nevis Visitor Centre. Adults only.

Time:  11.30am – 12.30pm                          Booking ref: 003034LOCH

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected]

 

 

Date: Thursday 12th March                           Area: Lochaber

A Short walk into nature to the Old Fort – Birds

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness.  This walk starts and finishes at Fort William Library.

Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk

Over 18 year olds only. No dogs Please.

Booking is essential as places are limited, booking will close at 12pm on Wednesday 11th March.

Time: 12pm – 1pm                          Booking ref:       002861LOCH

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact: [email protected]

 

 

Date: Tuesday 17th March                             Area: Caithness

A Short Walk into Nature: Dunnet Beach walk and Litter Pick (south end)

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. All our ‘short walks into nature’ series are flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk. Meet at Castletown end of beach car park by the old mill. Adults only.

Time: 10am – 11am                        Booking ref:  002876THUR

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact: [email protected]

 

 

Date:  Tuesday 17th March                                                           Area: Badenoch & Strathspey

Short Walk into Nature – Craigellachie, Aviemore

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. Different theme each walk – you choose?! All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are generally flat, approximately an hour or so in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk. Good dogs very welcome. Over 18’s only please. Booking essential 24 hours beforehand.

Time:  11am – 12:30am                                  Booking ref: 002879GRAN

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

BookingPlease click here to book

Contact:   [email protected]   07818 588 222

 

 

Date:  Tuesday 17th March                           Area: Lochaber

Spring crafts for wee ones

Drop in and join the Countryside Ranger in Fort William library for some messy craft and play time, make magic mud, clay objects, colourful eruptions and more.  Please wear old clothes as children might get messy.

All children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Time: 11am – 12pm                         Booking ref: Booking not required

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Contact:  [email protected]

 

 

Date:  Tuesday 18th March                                                           Area: Lochaber

Explore Lochaber – Kidnapped walk to James of the Glen’s birthplace

Join the Countryside Ranger on a walk through the woods of Glen Duror to the birthplace of James of the Glen or James Stewart who was executed for the murder of Colin Campbell of Glenure known as the red fox, which features in Robert Louis Stevenson’s book, Kidnapped.

The walk is on forest tracks and paths and features an uphill section to get to the bothy, where if the weather is bad we can stop for a snack and drink.  Please bring a snack and juice with you.

A reasonable level of fitness is required for this walk and suitable walking shoes/boots should be worn and waterproofs carried.

Over 18’s only and no dogs please.

Exact meeting place will be given out on booking, bookings will close at 12pm on Monday 17th March.

This is one of several three-hour walks exploring Lochaber.

Time: 10am – 1pm                                           Booking ref: 002862LOCH

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected]

 

 

Date:  Wednesday 18th March                                                                    Area: Ardnamurchan

A Short Walk into Nature – Strontian

Join this local green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air.  Following a different theme each week, find out a bit more about the nature on your doorstep. All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk.

Time: 11am – 12pm                        Booking ref: 002782ARDN

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact: [email protected] 

 

 

Date:  Wednesday 18th March                                                    Area: Wester Ross

Wester Ross Green Volunteers: Mellon Udrigle boardwalk clearance, self-led activity

It is always nice to spend some time at this beach and helping with this practical work will keep you warm. The task today is clearing sand and plants from the board walk to enable disabled access to the beach.

Bring a flask of tea, waterproofs, sturdy boots or shoes and the ranger will bring some biscuits and gloves and tools to borrow.

Beach combing and a picnic afterwards is highly recommended if the weather allows.

Time:  10.30am – 12.30pm                                           Booking ref: Booking not required

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Contact:  [email protected]       01854 613526

 

 

Date: Thursday 19th March                                                                           Area: Wester Ross

Morning Wildlife Watch, Rhue near Ullapool

It is the Year of Scotland’s Coasts and Waters and what better way to celebrate than to head to a lighthouse where seabirds, seals, otters and porpoises are frequently seen. At this early time in the morning we will quietly walk to the lighthouse and watch for and look for animals as the day begins.

This walk is suitable for adults and children over 8 years old. The distance is 8km/ 5mi.

Booking essential by 4pm on 18th of March.

Time: 6.15am – 8am                                                                       Booking ref: 002882ULLA

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected], 01854 613526

 

 

Date: Thursday 19th March                                                           Area: Wester Ross

Environmental Pop-up Workshops: Learn about Invasive Species with SISI          

Have you ever wondered what Japanese knotweed is or how to tell if a mink has moved in to your area? Join the ranger and Lorna Brown from the Scottish Invasive Species Initiative to learn about animals and plants that are from elsewhere and causing problems to our native wildlife.  There will also be practical advice about how you can help, record and control these species.

This is aimed at adults but families with children 8 and over are welcome.

Time: 6pm – 7pm                                                    Booking ref: Booking not required

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected], 01854 613526

 

 

Date: Thursday 19th March                                                           Area: North west Sutherland

Guided walk at Faraid Head by Durness

A superb coastal walk along beautiful Balnakeil beach, over the headland, returning through the amazing dune system. It is a wonder of sea, sand and seabirds with great views, peace, fresh air and tranquillity – what more do we need.

Time: 10.30am – 1pm                                           Booking ref:003092KNBV

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

BookingPlease click here to book

Contact: [email protected]

 

 

Date: Monday 23rd March                                                                            Area: Lochaber

Explore Lochaber – Dun Deardail, in the footsteps of the ancients

Join the Countryside Ranger on a walk from Glen Nevis along a part of the west Highland way to the Iron-Age Vitrified hillfort of Dun Deardail.  Along the way we will keep our eyes out for the spectacular

The walk is on forest tracks and paths is uphill all the way to the fort, there is no shelter if the weather is bad.  Please bring a snack and juice with you.

A reasonable level of fitness is required for this walk and suitable walking shoes/boots should be worn and waterproofs carried.

Over 18’s only and no dogs please.

Exact meeting place will be given out on booking, bookings will close at 12pm on Sunday 22nd March.

This is one of several three-hour walks exploring Lochaber.

Time: 10am – 1pm                                                           Booking ref: 002862LOCH

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:   [email protected]

 

 

Date:  Tuesday 24th March                           Area: Sutherland

Ben Stumanadh Guided Walk

Enjoy a circular walk at Ben Stumanadh (527m) in north Sutherland. Wonderful open views across stunning hill ground in all directions. Some rough inclined walking involved so a good level of fitness is required and suitable walking gear. Meeting place given out on booking. Adults only.

Time: 10.30am – 4pm                    Booking ref: 002896FARR

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected]

 

 

Date: Wednesday 25th March                                                      Area: Easter Ross

Story by the Fire

Join the Ranger for a story in the woods! There will be a different story and some associated activities on each day. Please bring a snack to have by the fire as we will have a break between the story and the activity.

All children must be accompanied by an adult, who must also book on to the event.

Time: 10am – 11am                                                         Booking ref: 002846ALNE

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact: [email protected]

 

 

Date:     Thursday 26th March                                                                       Area: Lochaber

Short Walk into Nature at the old fort – Signs of spring

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness.  This walk starts and finishes at Fort William Library.

Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk

Over 18 year olds only. No dogs Please.

Booking is essential as places are limited, bookings will close at 12pm on Wednesday 25th March

Time: 12pm – 1pm                                                          Booking ref: 002861LOCH

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact: [email protected]

 

 

Date:     Monday 30th March                         Area: Caithness

A Short Walk into Nature: Dunnet Beach walk and Litter Pick (north end)

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. All our ‘short walks into nature’ series are flat, under an hour in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk. Meet at the Seadrift Centre car park. Adults only.

Time:     10am – 11am     Booking ref:       002875THUR

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected]

 

 

Date: Tuesday 31st March                                                                             Area: Wester Ross

Wild Scavenger Hunt (Eggs and More), Laide Woods

We are going on an egg hunt but, this is no ordinary egg hunt. There are nature challenges to complete, clues to follow and things to collect. This is a self-led event set out by the ranger inviting families to take an exciting walk. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

The walk is on a woodland path and the distance is approximately 2.5km/1.5mi.

Booking essential by 4pm on Monday 30th March.

Time: 2pm – 4pm                                                              Booking ref: 002883GAIR

It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:  [email protected], 01854 613526

 

 

Date:     Tuesday 31st March                         Area: Badenoch & Strathspey

Short Walk into Nature – Old Railway Line, Grantown-on-Spey

Join this regular local High Life Highland Countryside Rangers green health walk and help reconnect with the natural world. Enjoy some leisurely exercise, friendly company, great views, and fresh air. Different theme each walk – you choose?! All of our ‘short walks into nature’ series are generally flat, approximately an hour or so in length and suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness. Please disclose to your local ranger any medical or additional support needs you may have prior to the walk. Good dogs very welcome. Over 18’s only please. Booking essential 24 hours beforehand.

Time:     11am – 12:30     Booking ref:       002880GRAN

Price:    It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our Countryside Ranger Service. We make no charge for this event but we rely on your donations to help us protect our Highland wildlife and heritage.

Booking: Please click here to book

Contact:   [email protected]   07818 588 222