See some of Scotland's remarkable wildlife, from timourous red squirrels to playful dolphins.
A golden eagle
Puffins on the Pentland Skerries
A red kite soaring high above Bellymack Hill Farm in Dumfries & Galloway
Seals in Loch Flodabay, Isle of Harris
Whether on a mountain or hill, in a glen, forest or along the shoreline, there’s a wealth of wildlife experiences to be had in Scotland. With such an array of diverse animals, including some of the most rare and endangered species on the British Isles, Scotland promises unforgettable encounters with wildlife.
Scotland’s regions vary greatly and it’s this diversity that attracts many different species to make Scotland their home. Along thousands of miles of coastline, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for dolphins, seals and otters in quiet inlets, beaches and sea lochs.
Often spotted off the coast of Scotland’s many islands, orca and minke whales make an appearance in sight of the shore or if not, draw up close next to boats on wildlife cruises. On just such a cruise, there are few natural sights more impressive than watching tens of thousands of seabirds congregating on sheer sea cliffs from below.
In dense forests, you may have to seek the helping hand of a knowledgeable, professional guide to find elusive mammals like pine martens. Birdlife is truly abundant across the rugged Scottish landscapes from wild fowl in wetland reserves to waders at the coast. In some cases, you'll have to crane your neck skywards to catch a glimpse of some of Scotland's majestic hunters; from ospreys to red kites and golden eagles to sea eagles.
With each new season brings a new incomparable sight, from red deer stags locking antlers in the annual autumnal rut or the arrival of pink-footed geese in the winter, migrating from the colder tundra landscapes of Greenland and Iceland.
One of RSPB's newest reserves, with a superb view accross the Cree Estuary to the Galloway Hills. The return of geese and waders in winter really brings the merse and coast to life. Breeding skylark and lapwing are common in summer.
Our photography courses, workshops and Scottish photo tours are run by photographers who have a working background in the industry. We are here to help individuals, groups and organisations learn photography in a fun and sociable manner.
Winner of the 'Best Visitor Experience' in Scotland combining exciting Land Rover Safaris, our new Red Deer Centre, inspiring walking and biking activities and Perthshire’s only Gold and Gem Panning Centre. Indulge in our award-winning café and shop
We want you to have a great experience of Mull and its wildlife. Our 9 seated mini bus is higher than a car with comfortable seats and large windows to give you good views. using our knowledge and experience we will help you enjoy Mull.
Join us on a fully guided wildlife adventure , set amongst the most spectacular scenery in Britain. Binoculars provided. Toilets and refreshments available.
Sea Eagles, Puffins, Whales, Dolphin and Seals all live and visit our local area.