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See some of Scotland's remarkable wildlife, from timourous red squirrels to playful dolphins.
For the perfect family day out, head to one of the many wildlife attractions found throughout Scotland.
From zoos and safaris to vast wildlife parks and forests teeming with fascinating fauna, you'll come face to face with incredible animals in every corner of the country.Spot red deer and Scottish wildcats at the Highland Wildlife Park, or meet the UK's only giant pandas at Edinburgh Zoo. Take a boat trip to St Kilda or the Isle of May to see hundreds of incredible seabirds, or catch red squirrels scurrying through the trees in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.Browse the listings to plan your wildlife trip to Scotland today.
Nature Centres & Reserves
Famed for its botanical riches, the rare mixture of lime-rich underlying rocks, high altitude and climate mean Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve is home to a wide array of plants.
The Scottish Beaver Trial has been responsible for reintroducing beavers 400 years after being hunted to extinction.
Grantown on Spey
Abernethy Forest is a remnant of the Caledonian Forest in Strathspey.
Knockan Crag is a series of cliffs designated as a National Nature Reserve.
Shian Wood is an ancient semi-natural woodland typical of the Atlantic coast of Scotland
Glen Tanar provides a great opportunity to explore Scotland's classic Caledonian pine forest in search of its elusive wildlife.
Rassal Ashwood is a woodland which grows on a rare outcrop of limestone in Wester Ross.
Anchored on the edge of the Firth of Forth, the Isle of May is a magical mix of seabirds, seals and smugglers.
Fort William & Lochaber
Rum is an island of rugged mountains setting a dramatic stage for spectacular wildlife and archaeology.
Glen Nant is a nature reserve located 3 miles south of Taynuilt, in Argyll, on the B845.
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