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RSPB Scotland Tollie Red Kites

Nature Centres & Reserves
Dingwall
Highland

Covid-19 update: The visitor centre is currently closed and supplementary feeding sessions are not being held. Feeding sessions are primarily for viewing purposes, the kites do not rely on the food we give them. Kites are still in the area and will return to our feeding sessions when we restart them. We look forward to welcoming our visitors back as soon as we can. All of Scotland’s wild places and green spaces are vital for the survival of its unique, amazing wildlife. If you plan to head out to these areas please respect and protect Scotland’s great outdoors and leave no trace. Thank you. #RespectProtectEnjoy #ScottishOutdoorAccessCode #CheckBeforeYouGo

Directions

Road Directions

We're 15 miles north-west of Inverness, just off the main road to Ullapool (A835) between Maryburgh and Contin. Take the second right turn after the Maryburgh roundabout (signposted Tollie Red Kites). Directly after Keithtown, turn left and follow the track for half a mile to the centre.

Public Transport Directions

By Train

The nearest station is in Dingwall, 4.5 miles (7.25 km) away. By car, take the road from Dingwall to the A835. Turn right at the roundabout for Ullapool. Take the second right turn after the roundabout (signposted Tollie Red Kites). Directly after Keithtown, turn left and follow the track for half a mile to the centre.

By Bus

Buses run from Dingwall to Maryburgh. From Maryburgh it's a walk of 2.5 miles (4 km) to Tollie.