Using a bat detector we will go looking for bats and other nocturnal wildlife in the local woods
I will collect you from a prearranged location and we will drive to the local woods.
Using a bat detector we will go looking for bats the bats tend to fly close so we should get a good look but as they are wild animals I can't guarantee this. We will also look for other nocturnal wildlife such as owls.
After I will drive you back
From £10 per adult
March — September
- Self drive
From £10 Per Adult £5 Per Child
Prices are subject to change depending on season
Tour company information
Tistel Wildlife Guiding
I do wildlife tours around Pitlochry looking at deer species such as Red and Roe as well as a variety of bird species such as Buzzards and Great spotted woodpecker. Astronomy nights with complimentary hot drinks. Bat tour in the woods using a bat detector and also looking for other night creatures I also do week long camping safaris in the Cairngorms looking for Red and Roe deer, Otters, Red squirrels and Golden eagles just to name a few. On this tour you will be staying in a large tipi style tent and sleeping on comfy camping beds with food made on a wood burning stove.
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