For birdwatchers, the RSPB's Loch Gruinart Reserve and Visitor Centre is a must-see on any itinerary. Whichever time of year you visit, there's always something to see from the viewing centre and hides or on one of the reserve's trails, be it corncrakes, chough and wintering geese or deer and butterflies.
Take a wildlife cruise out to the imposing isle of Staffa, close to Mull, to see a rich mix of seabirds including guillemots, razorbills and puffins.
Back onshore, explore the trails through Britain's largest ancient oak woodlands at Taynish National Nature Reserve or through the Atlantic rainforest at Glasdrum Wood NNR on the shores of Loch Creran.
Moine Mhòr reserve covers some of Scotland's oldest landscapes and.is also one of the few in Britain which takes in saltmarsh, peat bog, woodland and hillside. If you're lucky, you'll be able to spot the fast-moving hen harriers hunting over the moss whilst the summer light catches on the glint of a dragonfly or butterfly.
Explore the listings of nature centres and reserves in Argyll & The Isles and plan your day with nature today.